• Boost entrepreneurial culture in young Europeans
  • Put in close contact the world of education/training with the world of work, in order to update students’ curricula to companies’ real needs
  • Get young Europeans ready to create new businesses to reduce EU unemployment
  • To identify the greatest common denominators of math, economic, transversal entrepreneurial and digital skills among target groups and target Countries
     

Target groups

Direct:

  • High school students
  • University students
  • Young unemployed (up to 35 years old)

Indirect:

  • Guidance centres for students
  • Employment centres
  • Companies
     
Financing
Erasmus+ Programme
Partners
  1. Bulgarian Industrial Association /BIA/
  2. Fondazione Politecnico di Milano, Italy
  3. Universita Carlo Cattaneo LIUC, Italy
  4. National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
  5. Hellenic Association of Science Journalists, Science Writers and Science Communicators – Science View, Greece
  6. Tekkekoy District Directorate (MEM) of National Education, Turkey
  7. Dublin City University, Ireland
  8. Hochschule Ruhr West, Germany
     
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