• Webinar summary

In this HEInnovate webinar, representatives of Higher Education institutions and micro and small businesses met to share their experiences and discuss different ideas about how best to provide support to micro and small enterprises. The debate revolved around how the notion and mentality of starting micro and small business and ensuring continuity...

  • Webinar
Event date:
03 Dec 2020

The penultimate webinar in our Autumn series focuses on student entrepreneurship. We invited students as well as representatives of HEIs and international organisations to share their work and experiences with fostering student entrepreneurship and innovation. The hour-long webinar will take place on Thursday, the 3rd December at 5pm CET. The...

  • Event
Event date:
26 Nov 2020

Over the past years, we have run a number of interactive training sessions on HEInnovate. This year, we are unable to run this training in person, therefore, we are taking it online. We have devised a tailored programme on how to make the most of HEInnovate. The training will provide information, ideas and advice on how to use the self-assessment...

  • Webinar
Event date:
19 Nov 2020

The next HEInnovate webinar in our Autumn series will take the form of a panel discussion. Our contributors will discuss different approaches in supporting micro and small business development from the perspectives of higher education institutions as well as businesses. The panel members will share their experiences exploring the following...

  • Webinar summary
  • Webinar presentation

After the Summer break, the HEInnovate webinar series opened with a webinar centred on the topics of entrepreneurship support and digitalisation. During this webinar, university representatives from Latvia and Serbia provided examples of different institutional approaches that help enhance digitalisation and support entrepreneurship. They also and...

  • Webinar summary

New mobilities of learning, research, and innovation: How can UBC 2021-2027 support sustainable social innovation? Introduction and Context For more than 10 years now, the European Commission has been supporting European University-Business Forums, and a regular programme of thematic UB Forums taking place in the Member States.[2] This European...

  • Case studies
Country:
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...

  • Case studies
Country:
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...

  • Webinar
Event date:
05 Nov 2020

The second HEInnovate webinar in our Autumn series puts select themes of the recent University-Business Forum in the spotlight by discussing new forms of university-business collaboration focusing on social and sustainable development and innovation, and the consequences of technological innovations for the European labour markets. The contributors...

  • Webinar
Event date:
08 Oct 2020

Following the summer break, we are resuming the HEInnovate webinar series. The webinars will be held every two weeks on Thursdays. The upcoming webinar series will explore inspiring institutional practices showcased as case studies on the HEInnovate website, continue the discussions on digital transformation of higher education, and put select...

  • Workshop news
Event date:
08 Oct 2020

This workshop will explore how HEInnovate helps higher education institutions, regional authorities and other stakeholders work together to develop the innovative and entrepreneurial potential of higher education institutions and the regions. It will feature practical examples and initiatives such as: the experiences of some Erasmus Plus projects...

  • Case studies
Country:
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...

  • Case studies
Country:
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...

  • Case studies
Country:
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...