The Entrepreneurship course‘s main objective is to develop students’ entrepreneurial skills and behaviour. The course is designed for those individuals willing to utilise and further develop their own creative potential. The course highlights the fundamental aspects of Entrepreneurship including leadership, management, marketing and research.
Discussing concepts such as idea generation, developing products and sustainability, this course will help you learn the basics of building a robust business from a simple start up through to an established brand.
You will develop a business idea and will get the opportunity to pitch your idea to a panel of industry experts.
The social activities are an important part of any summer school experience and is a great way for students to socialise and practise their English with each other.
The course includes one full-day excursion to an outdoor destination in Northern Ireland and two half-day excursions to local landmarks to enable students to explore the city and its surroundings.
Students are always kept engaged throughout the course and will participate in fun social activities from quiz night to movie nights.
Virtual School Timetables vary, please get in touch for more information.
FULL BOARD ACCOMMODATION
AIRPORT TRANSFER (FROM BELFAST AND DERRY)
TUITION AND EXCURIONS
Virtual School Fees
AISR aims to ensure that all students of the Academy experience a welcoming, inclusive, enjoyable and safe environment, in which they feel respected and valued. Students are supervised 24 hours a day and a high staff to student ratio ensures that all students are looked after.
AISR is constantly monitoring the UK government's advice and our programmes will only run if government advice allows it. Please refer to our full Covid-19 measures using this link: CORONAVIRUS STATEMENT.
At the time of writing, we are confident that on campus courses can run with social distancing measures in place for students travelling from countries designated by the UK government as part of the travel corridor exemption scheme.
Please note that students travel at their own risk. AISR will follow all guidelines outlined in our coronavirus statement. However, this is best practice and at best can only minimise the risk of contracting Covid-19. It does not eradicate the risk entirely.
What do I need to get started with the Virtual Lessons?
The online sessions have been carefully structured so students around the world can join us in most time zones. Students will have access to 2 hours of pre-course materials prior to starting the course. During the course, students will have 20 hour contact time per week, 15 hours of workshops and project work plus two hours of skills and careers workshops.
We recommend using a laptop with webcam and audio capabilities but students could also use their iPad or mobile phone.
You will also need a reliable internet connection to make sure students can connect to their teacher.
20 hours of tuition
Minimum English Level
B1 - Lower
Max. 10 per class
Included from Belfast and Derry Airport
Accommodation and Meals
Explore Derry and the stunning landscapes of Northern Ireland