Entrepreneurial thought and action is necessary to transfer innovative, pioneering ideas into a business and the economy successfully. In the area of KIT theory, this entrepreneurial approach and knowledge is to be learned. A newly developed teaching concept of the Institute for Entrepreneurship, Technology Management and Innovation provides the core competences of an "ideal" entrepreneur. Thus, those willing to learn receive an in-depth education in the area of entrepreneurship.
An interdisciplinary curriculum around the theme of entrepreneurship is the central component of all majors. The curriculum should be made available to bachelor students, master students, and doctoral candidates, but also to a wider audience. Using mandatory lectures and faculty-specific information sessions, all departments can deal with the topic of founding. The number of people aware of teaching formats and the number of trained students and doctoral candidates are to be considerably increased. Ideally, specific startup ideas develop from the awareness and, subsequently, form more startup projects.