Saved the best for last:
I really liked this course, and as I told you (Serdar) in the beginning I’m recommending it to my friends who study here at KTH. In general, as said before, I really like the layout of the course and I would prefer if more courses were hands on like this one. I really enjoyed the guest lectures, and I thought it was brilliant to take in people of experience on each topic of the course. Of course not all of them were perfect, but I liked how hard you judged the guest speakers and that you spoke your mind after the Sandbox presentation.
I know that you wanted us to get out of our comfort zone and get up off our asses in this course. This I also liked, because you should push yourself to do new things every day. Nevertheless, maybe for the future, this part should have a set deadline, so procrastinators, like myself, do not end up doing them at the last possible minute. Even so, I really liked going to the events, and to be honest I wouldn’t have gone to these if I didn’t have to. And perhaps I’ll go again, especially to Sup46, I got a lot of great connections and I think just going there could lead to something great.
In a way, I also liked that we didn’t get all the information right at the start of the course. Sure, it got a bit stressful sometimes, but it also taught me more about real life issues involved in a venture project. Everything else in this school is so structured, and if you want to work with a venture, it really isn’t. This made me think more critically and therefore I also enjoyed Serdars emphasize on us having to believing in our own opinion.
Even so, I have some suggestions of improvement: I have tried to use Linkedin more and more, but still I missed a lot of course information because (in my opinion) Linkedin has restrictions, such as notifications. Therefore, I would have preferred information being put up on some other site. I cannot really think of a site of my head, as bilda neither is the best. A possible solution could be a Facebook group as this course is so dynamic, but I am not sure that this would agree with everyone.
This course has thought me a lot, probably more than the rest of my courses here at KTH combined, because now I know I want to pursue my dream of becoming an entrepreneur!
Thank you Serdar!