The content of the course is really helpful and touches on the very important subjects in Private Equity and Venture Capital. The delivery by the Professor Stefano Caseli is also fantastic. Thank you!
Excellent content, and superb slides.\n\nPlease check the quality of the English in the slides, and also in the quiz questions. Many quiz questions were difficult to understand because of the English.
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By Siddharth H•
Week 4 is very difficult, a clear definition of the financial terms related to company valuation should be kept in place. Simply, I need first to have a clear understanding of all these terms and then I can proceed with the relevant equations. This was the only difficult part of the course. Other 3 weeks were very good.
By Maximilian M•
Some mistakes in slides and calculations.
Focus mainly on PE and only a little bit of VC.
Maths Formulas only explained in a superficial way, a lot of internet research is necessary to understand the content properly.
With some prior business knowledge a worthwile course that enhances your skillset in PE&VC
By Victor P•
Great introduction into the PE and VC, however, few examples. No relevant background on what it actually takes to set up a VC fund (I understand this is a broad topic, as the answer will depend on the country you are setting up the fund, however links to additional resources would have been great).
By Ahmed M A•
I am almost done with the course. The course Is a great intro touches on some of the important subjects but it lacks the depth required to cover the topic appropriately. would love to see a specialization in this topic with more hours and content covered.
By Sagar S•
There need to be updates in the videos and interviews. the data / reference pertains year 2014 /2015. as this very dynamic field so there needs to be regular updates on the some parts of the course which need to reviewed every six months.
By Andrea C•
The course is really good and the professor well prepared. It should include more real life examples and it should analyze a real PE firm or fund. Most of the courses are abstract and they do not analyze a real life case.
By Joshua B•
A good introductory course to the world of VC but fails to provide a deep enough dive into issues of internal VC/PE deal flow evaluation, processes. Not analytical enough.
By Rosco G•
Good course. There are some typos on the quizzes in the translation to English that impact the questions and answers but the content is well thought out and informative.
By Foivos A T•
Very interesting Course and detailed. I managed to gain knowledge regarding venture capital and private equity and successfully understood the terminology and logic.
By Michel B•
Interesting topic and nice videos. Sadly the quality of slides was grammatically poorly structured. Overall, the experience was okay. Thus 3/5 stars.
By Chhote L Y•
Great experience and basic knowledge of PE & VC but too much theory, and no descriptions given about the assumptions made while valuation.
By Thomas R•
It's a pitty there is no class on LBO method. Also, please think to update the videos discussions. We are in 2021, not in 2015 any more!
By Olaf I•
Very nice introduction in the private equity world, I like that the differences are explained between the anglosaxon an european systems
By Roubert L•
I wish we could have some better explanations regarding some calculations for the quiz :( otherwise the class was very interesting
By Anju Y•
This experience is so much hard...bcozz same more difficult to learn..but...this is good for mcq type questions.....thank you...
By Gursartaj N•
I reside in India, and the course dealt with a lot of theoretical concepts that may not have been directly linked to my region.
By Gert B•
a nice overview of the basics but a bit outdated, needs a 2021 revision and some of the abbreviations are not industry stand
By Lilia M U•
Excellent course. Every concept was clearly explained. I wish we have learn more about real case scenarios :)
By BECHIKH N•
I recommend this course if you are interested in understanding private equity and Investment world.
By Bhuvan T•
It would be nice to have more real life case studies of EU VCs and US VCs and funded entrepreneurs
By Federico L B•
Speaker with poor English pronunciation. So fast and not very clear in the valuation topic.