Have you decided to become a venture capital investor?
Professional knowledge is one of your most important investments.

Successful venture capitalists come from diverse backgrounds — journalism, banking, consulting, large tech companies, even politics or entertainment.

 Marc Andreessen, Founder of A16Z, software engineer and entrepreneur at Netscape

Marc Andreessen, Founder of A16Z, software engineer and entrepreneur at Netscape

 Steve Anderson, Founder of Baseline Ventures, was a General Manager at Starbucks

Steve Anderson, Founder of Baseline Ventures, was a General Manager at Starbucks

 Theresia Gouw, Founder of Aspect Ventures: worked at Bain & Company consulting firm

Theresia Gouw, Founder of Aspect Ventures: worked at Bain & Company consulting firm

 Mary Meeker, Partner at KPCB, worked at Morgan Stanley, international financial services firm

Mary Meeker, Partner at KPCB, worked at Morgan Stanley, international financial services firm

 Michael Moritz, Partner at Sequoia Capital, was a journalist at Time Magazine

Michael Moritz, Partner at Sequoia Capital, was a journalist at Time Magazine

 Snoop Dogg, the rapper, entertainer and businessman, has also recently raised a $45-million fund

Snoop Dogg, the rapper, entertainer and businessman, has also recently raised a $45-million fund

There are many ways of becoming a venture investor as long as you know what you are doing. Venture Capital Executive Program will help you to find yours!


VENTURE CAPITAL EXECUTIVE PROGRAM WAS DESIGNED TO: 

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BE ACCESSIBLE
Mastering the art of investing takes time: you cannot learn much in days. Since you likely have work to do as well, you need a program that wouldn't affect your schedule much. Access VC Academy at any time and from any place the most convenient for you.

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COVER IT ALL
Sourcing deals, reviewing pitch decks, meeting startups, and evaluating them is a critical front end of venture investing. However, there is so much more that you have to know, and we pay equal attention to the back end of the profession as well.

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MEET YOUR NEEDS
We treat knowledge as an asset. Systematic approach to learning, upgrading and applying your knowledge will make you efficient in your daily job. You can study the program from A to Z or create your own collection of subjects you want to learn more about.

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BE ENGAGING & FUN
Venture investing is not about theory and practice alone. Our main goal is to develop your curiosity, train you to notice details, teach you to design different scenarios and react adequately to a change. That is why our education is infused with different challenges.


WHAT IS YOUR NEXT CAREER STEP?


Our educators — seasoned investors and professionals — gathered together to share their expertise with apprentices pursuing career in venture investing. This course provides students who have no or little industry experience with substantial knowledge, tools and skill training for working at a venture firm — or invest individually — after completion.


WHAT IS YOUR ULTIMATE CAREER GOAL?


To make your decision easier, we have compared all existing courses on venture capital for you. We aimed to create an affordable, flexible course for studying at any location and at any time. We will guide you through truly whole world of venture investing within a realistic timeframe and on a comfortable schedule for you. We blend on-line and off-line activities for higher efficiency and customize them every session. 

  *According to publicly available syllabus of every program, as of Jul 01, 2016.

*According to publicly available syllabus of every program, as of Jul 01, 2016.

VC Academy is a not-for-profit initiative that is reflected in its low subscription price. Our goal is to collect the most essential information, knowledge and cases in one place, thus, contributing to the development of the global investment industry. We truly hope that our students will bring new models to the market and better returns to investors.