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Subject: Notre Dame ESTEEM | Master's in Entrepreneurship, Innovation &
Technology

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Many students come into the University of Notre Dame's ESTEEM Graduate
Program (https://esteem.nd.edu/) feeling restless and boxed in by the career
choices laid out in front of them, but full of energy to create a better
world and make an impact. For this reason, ESTEEM emphasizes the action of
entrepreneurship, not just the study of it. ESTEEM allows students with
technical backgrounds to explore the world of business and entrepreneurship,
learning how to combine their current skills with new ones to make an impact
fixing things that matter.

ESTEEM curriculum:
      11 months of transformative experiences
      includes design thinking, customer validation, financial modeling, BMC,
data analysis, finance and prototyping
      Capstone Project: go-to-market approach with ND-based research,
industry-sponsored projects or Founder’s Idea

ESTEEM students:
      56 students in the class of 2019 from various STEM fields, including 52%
women
      100% receive some level of scholarship award
      average scholarship of $23k

ESTEEM graduates:
      are changing the world at companies such as Apple, Eli Lilly, McKinsey,
Walt Disney and more
      81% are placed at graduation; 95% @ 90 days from grad
      1 in 4 alums are in startups; 25% as founders or co-founders (including
Enlighten Mobility, founded by Marissa Koscielski, ESTEEM 2018)

Contact Person: Kyle W. Williams
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Website URL: https://esteem.nd.edu/

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