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Angels International Talent Program

Youth.MBA for 16-23 year old

 

 

This program is meant for students with good grades
and an ambition to make the world a better place.

During the different sessions, the young trainees will get the insights of Alumni from the world’s top universities, business angels, tech startups, founder of train-for-US-universities program, systemic designers, career and life coaches.

The program is divided in 2 parts:

Part I:  Career-perspectives, university applications and train as an angel investor
Part II: Internship, monthly sessions, company visits, mentors

 

Program Includes
Master Classes
• Internship in startup/scaleup (either physical or remote)
• Investment 1000 NOK in shares in your selected startup during business angel training
• Membership at International House, Oslo
• YouthPass to African Innovation Week, last week of Oct
• Diploma for completion (75% of sessions). Diploma with honors, for those getting 80% on final program exam.
Workshops
Group discussions with Business Angels and investment decisions. Startup screening and Due diligence.

Build network and link with experienced business angels

Mentor throughout the program

 

Main Topics
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II
III
IV
  • Why you should get a worldclass education? Why a global career? And how?
  • Concrete advice and help for getting accepted by worldclass universities and building worldclass careers
  • Mini Internships in top startups – for your CV
  •  Learn how to be a business angel – with investment opportunity in real startup shares from 1000kr (included in program cots)
  • Cosmopolitan life versus local life – pros and cons
  • SWOT your next 50 years
  • How to max your values and competencies over your 80+ year lifespan
  • Individual streetsmart mentoring
  • Embassy reception
 

  • Africa as the new global growth engine, what this means for your career
  • Practise sessions for your entrance tests
  • How to ace your motivational letter and personality tests (CUT-E?)
  • Cross-cultural career recruitment strategies