Companies like Apple or Rovio were not born as they are now. New Practice gives an awesome opportunity to create and work with your own idea aiming high from the day one. During the course you'll say good bye to linear thinking and find yourself building Your future. Your future, not Apple's or our sinking ship Nokia's future. Realizing that you could be the first You changing the world is the biggest step to Your future. The second one is clicking the apply button below.
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New Practice is building your future as You. During the course you'll open mind from linear and conventional thinking to iterative building and creation of your own business – The design thinking and creative processes are opened up for developing something new.
Course brings together design and business and the most innovative and creative students from the leading Finnish design and business schools: Turku School of Economics and Aalto University's School of Art and Design.
New Practice is multidisciplinary experience, it is about creating and building things, it is about special people and especially it is about You.
NewPractice staff members can be called founders, designers, businessmen, architects, but also Your friends. They've understood that all the knowledge isn't inside the walls of our schools.
We'll invite the best experts from business and design world to collaborate in your New Practice experience and to assist Your idea to fly.
Earlier years' facilitators have come from places like 358, Demos Helsinki and Sitra and Autumn 2011's roster is going to be even harder.
New Practicers are people who can make things happen. Students from past years are the very best from the field and created their future. For example New Practice Alumni Linda Liukas and Toni Perämäki have started to be the change in the world.
New Practice is going to be for very limited students and to make sure that all the applicants have the right state of mind they are interviewed on 17th October before the experience starts .
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