Department of Business Law
The aim of the course is for students to master the solution-centric mindset and become acquainted with the world of start-ups and the innovation ecosystem. To understand the operating guidelines of enterprises, the characteristics of the construction of startup enterprises, the most important stages, tools and methods. The aim of HSUP is to acquaint Hungarian university students with the world of innovation, modern entrepre-neurial knowledge and especially the operation of startups, all through a new, common educational platform. In the Hungarian Startup University Program, students can learn at their own pace with the help of interactive, playful study materials and personalized content, and the instructors who accompany the subject help them throughout. In the HSUP II. semester students work on the implementation of their own innovation supported by their pro-fessional mentors.
- The student knows the essential aspects of the operation of startups, has a basic knowledge of them. He or she is capable of implementation of his own innovative idea.
- The student is able to recognize and manage the fundamental challenges facing the business and acquire thecniques to adress them.
- The student becomes open to the cooperation and working in a team.
Autonomy and responsibility
- During the course students acquire skills necessary for the independent implementation of an innovative idea, learn the responsibility associated with entrepreneurship – for his/her peers, for the innovative idea.
Methodology of teaching
An e-learning system (available from a laptop, mobile phone or any other device) that includes training materials related to the training topic, exercises and module closing tests. The student learns independently, at his own pace. The Business Law Department provides consultation opportunities when administrative issues and profes-sional issues related to the completion of the course are discussed. In HSUP II, the mentor evaluates the progress of the innovative project. At the end of the program, students can participate in a pitch competition.
Materials supporting learning
- A kurzus kötelező irodalma a hsup.nkfih.gov.hu felületen hozzáférhető e-learning felületen elérhető tananyag, valamint az ott és az országos program hivatalos facebook oldalán megosztott videók és hanganyagok.
- A kurzus ajánlott irodalma az e-learning felületen kiegészítő tananyagként elérhetővé tett írott anyagok, megosz-tott videók és hanganyagok.
- The compulsory literature of the course is the study material available on the e-larning platform (hsup.nkfih.gov.hu) as well as the videos and audio materials shared on the official Facebook page of the national program.
- The recommended literature of the course are written materials, shared videos and audio materials made avai-lable as additional study materials on the e-learning platform.
Performance evaluation methods
Students receive a recommended grade according to the average of their scores in the module final exams (a total of 7 module final exams). This will be accepted without change in the Neptun system. The content of the project is not evaluated as the completion of the course, so it does not count towards the gra-de, but its existence and upload to the HSUP system is mandatory. Projects will be evaluated by the mentors. At the end of the second half of the HSUP, projects will compete in the frame of a pitch competition.
Proportion of performance evaluations performed during the diligence period in the rating
- Mid term exams: 100
Proportion of examination elements in the rating
Correction and retake
Students can correct or replace module-closing exams according to the deadlines set in the TVSZ.
Study work required to complete the course
|Work type||Amount of work hours|
|részvétel a kontakt tanórákon / Participation in contact lessons||28|
|házi feladat elkészítése / Participationof homework||10|
|vizsgafelkészülés / Preparing for the exam||22|
|összesen / total||60|
Approval and validity of subject requirements
Topics discussed during the semester
Subject includes the topics detailed in the course syllabus to ensure learning outcomes listed under 2.2. can be achieved. Timing of the topics may be affected by calendar or other circumstances in each semester.
|Topics of lectures|
|1.||Teambuilding and roles – group or team? Market analysis and strategy of entering the marketBusiness and financial planning, investmentLean startup, making a prototypePitch – representation of the idea|
Lecturers participating in teaching