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Finland

The University of Turku considers itself an Entrepreneurial University that fosters entrepreneurship in many ways, based on a three-pillared concept: People (developing entrepreneurial competences), Collaboration (with businesses), and Outputs (creating new businesses). With regards to People, at the heart of the University’s entrepreneurial...

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Austria

The University College of Christian Churches for Teacher Education Vienna/Krems (KPH) educates preservice and in-service teachers for primary and secondary schools. The University has a Centre for Entrepreneurship Education and value-based Business Didactics, which aims to empower pupils to shape society and the economy in a responsible way...

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Austria
Area of discipline:
Arts and Humanities

The University of Applied Arts Vienna (‘the Angewandte’) has developed a bachelor’s and a master’s programme on socially responsibility, (in terms of the UN Agenda 2030) entrepreneurship education and complexity. The experience of the Angewandte is relevant to the HEInnovate community for at least three main reasons. First, it illustrates that...

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Slovenia
Area of discipline:
Business and Economics

GEA College is a private business school and training centre with approximately 500 students per academic year located in Ljubljana, Slovenia, that focuses on entrepreneurship education for family businesses. GEA emphasises highly practical education, personal relationships between students and teachers as well as strong connections with the...

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Sweden

Chalmers University has traditionally fostered entrepreneurial mindsets in students from all fields, aiming to improve their capabilities in practical value creation. In this context, Chalmers researcher Martin Lackéus created LoopMe, a scientific social media platform for action-based learning, developmental leadership, and entrepreneurial...

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Latvia
Area of discipline:
Business and Economics

Riga Business School (RBS) offers business education at undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate level, following a North American style and teaching entirely in English. Entrepreneurship is a core element, which is thoroughly encouraged in its offerings. Digital transformation is mainly addressed in the Computer Science and Organisational...

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Slovakia
Area of discipline:
Business and Economics

At Comenius University in Bratislava (CU), the Department of Strategy and Entrepreneurship offers a course “Development of Entrepreneurial Skills in Cross Generation Teams”. It is a semester-long course where seniors and undergraduate students work together in teams on real-life businesses. The idea is not only to provide instructions but to...

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Serbia
Area of discipline:
Business and Economics

The Startup Centar (SC) at the University of Belgrade’s Faculty of Economics is one of only a few programmes for developing entrepreneurial thinking and behaviour among students in Serbia. The SC is open for all students eager to learn how to build their company with support from some of the best mentors available. In the main part of the programme...

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Italy

This case study focuses on the digital academy programme of the University of Naples within the campus of San Giovanni. The analysis examines the successful collaboration between the University and several global high-tech players taking root within a fragile setting in Italy. The academy programme promotes digital innovation and leverages...

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Finland

The study "Supporting the entrepreneurial potential of higher education" was based on a contract between the European Commission, Directorate General Education and Culture (DG EAC), and empirica Gesellschaft für Kommunikations- und Technologieforschung mbH (co-ordinator – Bonn, Germany) as well as the University of Wuppertal, UNESCO Chair of...

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Germany
Area of discipline:
Information And Communication Technology

The Hasso Plattner Institute (HPI, German: Hasso-Plattner-Institut für Digital Engineering gGmbH), is the Information Technology Faculty of the University of Potsdam. 1 It is located in the City of Potsdam Southwest of Berlin. Research and teaching at HPI focus on information technology (IT) systems engineering. Currently, approximately 550...

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Ireland

The Irish National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education has developed a Digital Badge in Entrepreneurship Education (Figure 1). The Badge’s main purpose is the professional development of higher education teachers towards teaching entrepreneurship. This badge is based on the 2016 EntreComp competence framework that...

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The Junior Enterprise concept A Junior Enterprise is a non-profit organisation formed and managed exclusively by university students. Junior Enterprises operate at the local level and mainly in the business and engineering fields,1 providing services for businesses, institutions and individuals. The Junior Enterprise concept started in Paris in...

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Poland
Area of discipline:
Engineering

Warsaw University of Technology (WUT) is a public university with 19 faculties, one college, and campuses in Warsaw and Plock. Mazovia region, which surrounds both cities, makes the greatest contribution to Polish GDP, and is home to 20% of Polish enterprises in high and medium-high technology sectors and 28% of companies operating in the "high...

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Country:
Poland
Area of discipline:
Business and Economics

The SGH - Internationalised institution case study is about the effort to develop the international relationships of the HEI as an integral part of the development strategy, integrating this dimension toward different aspects of the HEI’s activities. Internationalisation could be considered both as a strategy for attracting staff, students and...