MCI Community Projects
MCI Community Projects are practical projects in which students across all MCI degree programs work for and with external partners on projects for the common good.
The aim of MCI community projects is to give students the opportunity to apply and further develop their knowledge and skills based on a concrete and practical question posed by a partner organisation which is committed to one or more of the following areas.
- social entrepreneurship
The projects are conducted as part of regular, curricular courses and students are guided and supported methodically and content-wise by the respective course supervisors.
MCI Community Projects are built on a common foundation that encompasses the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the objectives of innovation, entrepreneurship and location impact, which are important principles at MCI. With this initiative, the MCI is pursuing the goal of "giving back" to society, increasing student awareness and engagement, increasing social impact and contributing to the community.
In addition to non-profit organisations, we also invite submissions from companies, foundations, etc. who would like to make a positive contribution in the above-mentioned areas in cooperation with an academic partner and with the involvement of students.
MCI Community Projects complement practical projects in cooperation with industry and business, which are at the core of the MCI | The Entrepreneurial School®’s philosophy and strategy.