The EEE Project promotes sustainable relationships among universities and other key actors in the regional ecosystem to embed entrepreneurship education in higher education curriculum.
20th June 2018
The Mermaid Theatre, London
who would like to establish transnational cooperations, and explore and co-develop new approaches to embedding entrepreneurship education.
in lively discussions participated by experts from three continents, with their unique perspectives in embedding entrepreneurship education during the global experiences panel.
our EEE project outputs during the showcasing session, including practical tools to establish regional alliances, and promote and teach entrepreneurship.
Chief Executive of Univations GmbH
UIIN / ACEEU / S2BMRC
Professor of Entrepreneurship at Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences
Executive Director of the Allan P. Kirby Center for Free Enterprise and Entrepreneurship
Academic Coordinator Coursework at La Trobe University
Assistant Professor at the University of Szeged
Senior Project Manager at Univations
Join the discussion
The EEE workshop is a stand-alone event within the University-Industry Interaction Conference. All participants will be welcomed by the organisers before moving into the workshop rooms.
Professor of Entrepreneurship at Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands
Executive Director & Distinguished Professor, Allan P. Kirby Center for Free Enterprise & Entrepreneurship at Wilkes University, USA
Acting Associate Pro Vice-Chancellor at La Trobe University, Australia
Fostering Entrepreneurship Education in Higher Education
In this session, we will identify current challenges in the promotion of entrepreneurship education in higher education. Smaller groups will then work on proposing solutions on how to tackle these challenges: either through the development of ideas for funding proposals or the creation of simple-to-implement instruments.
Learn, share, interact.
Attendance to the event is free, however, you need to register to secure your spot and to be kept up to date.