Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship (SCE)

Founded in 2002, the SCE offers trainings, qualifications programs and start-up coaching to foster a culture of lively innovation. Throughout their programs and events, they help participants to pursue professional goals - as entrepreneurs or as innovators within a company - and give them the tools they need to effect societal change. Various funding programs, a great network, rich events as well as an own incubator help to turn ideas into a marketable innovation.

Hochschule München University of Applied Sciences (HM)

With 14 departments and more than 18,000 students the HM offers 85 high quality study programs in the areas of technology and engineering, economics, social sciences and design. HM is the 2nd largest University of Applied Sciences and excels in its practical, entrepreneurial, sustainable and intercultural orientation, leaving students as personalities who contribute to society and approach their careers with foresight, creativity and a sense of responsibility.
is a learning platform by the Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship.
Entrepreneurship, digitalisation and personal development are at the heart of all courses.
Our vision is to create a human-centered learning experience. We provide you with everything you need to start, or continue your own entrepreneurial path. From necessary resources, to coaching, a great network, regular events and international experts; we created a rich environment where you can develop your entrepreneurial self.
You will learn a set of skills, methods and traits that help you to find solutions to complex problems and turn them into business ideas. Being entrepreneurial and having good entrepreneurial skills will help you to actively create and succeed in a rapidly changing digital world.
Digital Transformation
Digitalisation is an overarching theme, that influences businesses, society and technology. It provides many opportunities and challenges; and a critical discourse on how we want to live in the future is necessary. The only way to have an impact is to actively create the Digital Transformation.
Project-based learning
You can't learn Entrepreneurship by sitting in a classroom and listening to a professor talk; you need to do it. We support all students who are highly motivated to work on their own digital start-up idea or on a given innovation project to join our courses.
Entrepreneurial teams are usually very heterogenous; different fields of background, knowledge and skills but following a shared vision is the best combination to start your entrepreneurial project. Our Education Program encourages students from all study backgrounds and countries to join.

More about what we do... and Why.

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sce.academy Team

Get to know us

Prof. Dr. Klaus Sailer

Klaus is professor for Entrepreneurship at the Munich University of Applied Sciences and CEO of the Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship (SCE). He is a co-founder and on the board of the Social Entrepreneurship Akademie and is also on the board of Munich Network. Klaus Sailer is spokesman for the think tank "Denkfabrik Gründerhochschulen" as well as part of the think tank HEInnovate.

Dr. Audrey Stolze

Head of Entrepreneurship Education
Audrey is Head of Entrepreneurship Education at the Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship (SCE).
She works since 2015 at SCE and the HM Hochschule München University of Applied Sciences co-creating and managing international projects funded through the European Commission and the DAAD. She has over 20 years of work experience in Brazil and Europe as researchers, business developer and entrepreneur. 

Prof. Dr. Bettina Maisch

Head of Digital Teaching
Bettina is Professor for Entrepreneurship at the Hm Hochschule München University of Applied Sciences and Head of Digital Teaching at the Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship (SCE).
Before joining the current position, Bettina was Senior Key Expert Industrial Design Thinking at Siemens Corporate Technology (CT) in Beijing and Munich from 2012-2020, responsible for promoting customer-oriented development within the company. From January to April 2019 she went on a sabbatical at the Garwood Center for Corporate Innovation, Chair Prof. Henry Chesbrough, at the University of California in Berkeley.

Anke Middendorf

Academy Manager
Anke develops e-learning formats for the Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurhip in different contexts and with several focus. She holds various degrees including Diplom-Berufspädagogin (equivalent to Masters degree) and is a certified Blended-Learning-Designer.
As sce.academy Manager she is responsible for the developing the academy, allowing her to put her technical and educational skills to the best use.

Dr. Malaika Fischer

Senior Lecturer E-learning 
Since mid-April 2022, Malaika Fischer has been senior consultant for e-learning in the AGORA project, which is funded by the DAAD to expand the range of digital courses in the context of entrepreneurship in the areas of health, AI and energy.
After the bachelor's degree, she did a master's degree and a PHD at JLU Giessen and the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm. Malaika then headed the research and development department of a private brewery for 10 years and was able to gain a lot of experience in interdisciplinary project management, innovation and creative tools as well as intrapreneurship. She was also allowed to accompany the digital transformation of the family business, which inspired her to do the MBA degree "Digital Transformation", which she is currently studying on the side.

Dr. Dana Schultchen

Head of Deep Dive Master Program
Dana joined the Strascheg Center of Entrepreneurship (SCE) as Program Lead for the Deep Dive Master "Entrepreneurship and Digital Transformation" in April 2022.
Previously, Dana was head of “Learning & Development” at the Ulm University. Therefore, she was responsible for the conception and implementation of various education and event formats with the focus on innovation and entrepreneurship.
Dana studied psychology and received her PhD in the field of health psychology. Furthermore, she has also trained as systemic coach and SCRUM Master.

Johanna Kobilke

Program Manager – Real Projects
Johanna is the program manager at SCE responsible for the Real Projects as well as the "Entrepreneurship certificate" of the Hochschule München. Every semester, she organizes and accompanies various entrepreneurship seminars in which, in collaboration with professors, students are encouraged to think and act entrepreneurially by solving real world challenges with innovative approaches.
Johanna holds a Master's degree in Sustainable Management from Uppsala University in Sweden and is strongly committed to a sustainable future through innovation and responsible entrepreneurship in her professional work.