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Team Academy 2010 Numbers

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Team Academy 2010 Numbers

  1. 1. NUMBERS ON TEAM ACADEMY1. Numbers on Team Academy: Educational perspective 1.1. 200 students in Team Academy in 2010. 1.2. 50 students starting their BBA studies each year. 1.3. Total number of Team Academy graduates is 500 (BBA degree) during its operation 1993- 2010. 1.4. Graduation ratio in 2009 was 85 %.2. Numbers on Team Academy: Employment perspective 2.1. 91 % of students were employed within 6 months after graduation in 2009. 2.2. 37 % of students were employed as entrepreneurs within 6 months after graduation in 2009. 47 % of students as entrepreneurs after 2 years of graduation. 2.3. 54 % of students were employed within 6 months after graduation in 2009.3. Numbers on Team Academy: Organizational perspective 3.1. Team Academy’s yearly educational budget in 2009 was 750 000 €. 3.2. Five (5) full-time and two (2) part-time coaches in Team Academy in 2009.4. Numbers on Team Academy: Team company perspective 4.1. There are 9 team companies in Team Academy in spring 2010. 4.2. Combined revenue of all team companies operating in Team Academy in 2009, excluding internal money transfers between the companies, was 1,6 million €. 4.3. Number of completed projects in Team Academy in 2009 was 150. 4.4. Completed projects in Team Academy in 2009, allotted with project size as follows: 15 Class A projects = over 10 000 € 52 Class B projects = 2 000-10 000 € 83 Class C projects = under 2 000 € 4.5. Average project revenue in 2009 was 10 666 € per project.5. Numbers on Team Academy: Impact on society 5.1. Combined amount of tax revenue generated to society from business activities carried out by the team companies operating in Team Academy in 2009 was 352 000 €.Note: Team Academy’s educational budget is 100% funded by the Finnish government. Team Academy’s team companies areco-operative companies that are totally independent and are legitimately separate from the Jyväskylä University of AppliedSciences.

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