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By Holding Kimia Educational Courses;

The gap of the specialized human resources in the startup ecosystem of the country will be filled.

With the support of the Vice-Presidency, the second round of Kimia course was held aiming to supply specialized workforce for the startup ecosystem of the country.

According to the public relations and information center of the Vice-Presidency for science and technology affairs, Kimia is an educational and experimental course held with the goal of improving knowledge, awareness and skill of enthusiasts of the knowledge-based business field and active units in the ecosystem of innovation and technology of the country, such as accelerators and venture capitals, by the efforts of the Vice-Presidency and science and technology park of Sharif University.

The Kimia Course is a professional and coherent effort to fill the gap in the area of specialized workforce in the startup ecosystem of the country by holding various training courses and specialized workshops.

In this project, educational courses are designed based on a needs assessment model. Attracting enthusiasts of the Kimia Project has been initiated by registering for the event. The final test was held as a combination of evaluation of effectiveness of various course stages.

The first round of Kimia was held in 2017 with experienced professors and mentors. In addition, internship courses and visits were held successfully and their second round was held in 2018 with the cooperation of 200 people. 

Familiarization with the ecosystem of innovation and entrepreneurship of the country, improving the skills for activity in the ecosystem of innovation and entrepreneurship and providing occupational opportunities for participants are among the advantages of this educational course. 


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