WELCOME TO TREPCAMP @BOSTON


TREPCAMP BOSTON

 
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Boston is known for being the city of students in the US. Moreover, it has one of the most important economies in the country. These factors make Boston one of the prosper cities for entrepreneurship in the world. Facebook started here!


Emblematic places


CLUSTERS

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ROBOTICS

Boston stands out in its engineering development in charge of the design, building and operation of robots in different industries.

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VIRTUAL REALITY

This technology allows us to interact with fictitious scenarios and objects that may seem real with the use of some accessories such as goggles or lenses, this tech was strongly developed in Boston.

BIOTECHNOLOGY

One of the most important clusters in biotech, Boston has numerous research centers and companies specialized on development of technological solutions.

EDUCATION

Boston has a lot of experience in the creation of technology that helps to improve student’s learning and helps also to optimize the performance of thousands of students in the world.



Accommodation

BOSTON UNIVERSITY

The participants stay in one of the biggest universities in the United States, recognized by its high quality in innovation and research. The university is ranked as one of the best 50 universities throughout the country.

Estimated accommodation cost: $1,000 - $1,300 USD Includes breakfast.


AMENITIES:

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Gym

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Libraries

Health Services

 
 

If you’re traveling by plane, the closest airport to Boston University is Logan International Airport (BOS), which is about eight miles from campus. From the terminal, follow the signs to Ground Transportation, where you can take a taxi, uber to campus or take the Silver Line bus to South Station.

The dorms are in the west side of campus located at 275 Babcock Street, Boston. Boston has a comprehensive public transportation system known as the MBTA or the “T,” with bus lines, trolleys, and subway trains running throughout the city. The most direct way to campus via the “T” is to purchase a Charlie Card or Charlie Ticket, then take the Silver Line – SL1 bus from your terminal to South Station. Upon arriving at South Station, you should transfer to the Red Line inbound towards Alewife and take it to the Park Street Station stop. From the Park Street Station, take the Green Line – Train B towards Boston College. Boston University’s Charles River Campus is large, so your final destination should be the stop of BU West (This is where the dorms are located at).


MEET THE 2019 TEAM

Extraordinary people that helped, assisted and mentored in Boston during the entrepreneurial journey.
Meet the team according to the date of the program.