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The Small Enterprise Promotion Network (SEPneT) was founded in November 2003 in Leipzig as a joint initiative of the University of Leipzig, the Technical University of Dresden, the University of Applied Sciences Brandenburg and the Technical University of Cottbus.

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Our main sponsor, the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), is the largest German support organization in the field of international academic co-operation. With considerable public funds at its disposal, it has a wide range of responsibilities in foreign cultural and academic policy, development co-operation policy and national higher education policy.

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From 24 to 28 of November 2012 the International SEPT Program celebrated its 20th anniversary with alumni, students and supporters of the program. SEPT had organised five days full of activities around the 20th anniversary within the framework of: The Co-existence of Nature, Economy and Society as Base for Sustainable Economic Development – Small and Medium-sized Enterprise as Suppliers for Human Services.

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A list of the SEPT former students, their home-country and topics of their Master Theses is to be found under the respective links. In sake of privacy protection, contact information can be provided only after written request and approval by the Alumni. Please write an e-mail to sept(at)uni-leipzig.de.

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