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SIMpLe - Start-up and Innovation Management simuLation

As laid down in the Lisbon Strategy, Europe needs a higher education focusing better on creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship. The Eotvos Lorand University, the Bergen University College and the BusinessWorks Ltd. launched together a project with the cooperation of the Central European University as an external partner, in order to raise awareness on these aspects, to improve competencies and to develop a thorough and effective entrepreneurial curriculum in particular for non-business students. The participating universities will use a multidisciplinary approach with regard to the specificities of the different scientific fields. In Norway, a national strategy enhancing entrepreneurial education with special emphasis on higher education has already been established. In addition to that, the Bergen University College has a strong track record in entrepreneurial education and will transfer this knowledge and experience to the project. The main outcome of the project will be the web-based learning tool, by which students can experience peer-learning in business situations and can develop a general set of competences applicable in working life. Moreover, start-up interdisciplinary working-groups for business and non-business students will be established to emerge new business ideas. This process will be mentored and guided by business practitioners, while close collaboration between higher education institutions and SMEs/industry participants will be established. Also, the project will reflect to the different needs of the participating universities and their stakeholders, and will ensure an effective entrepreneurial curriculum based on real experiences, which can hence be a strong integral part of their education.

Project duration: 1 May 2015 - 30 September 2016

Project partners:
Etvs Lornd University, Hungary – Project promoter
Bergen University College – Donor partner
BusinessWorks Human Resources Development Ltd.

External partner:
Central European University

Work packages:
WP1 Project management
WP2 Needs assessment
WP3 Curriculum development
WP4 Software programming
WP5 Test and evaluation
WP6 Interdisciplinary student start-up seminars
WP7 Dissemination
WP8 Quality assurance and sustainability

Events

12 May 2015 - ELTE Innovative Idea Market

29 May 2015 - 1st project management meeting

15 June 2015 - Project spark - ISPIM 2015 Conference

11 September 2015 - ELTE Innovative Education Forum and SIMple exhibition

11 September 2015 2nd project management meeting

7 October 2015 Start-up and innovation management seminar

21 October 2015 Start-up and innovation management seminar

18 November 2015 Start-up and innovation management seminar

2 December 2015 Start-up and innovation management seminar - closing workshop of autumn series

1 March 2016 Start-up and Innovation Management Workshop 2.
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    ELTE Innovative Education Forum and SIMple exhibition
    The ELTE Innovative Education Forum is an event for sharing experiences, discussing opportunities for wider use of innovative education methods and exploring barriers. SIMpLe project aims to boost innovation potential of participating universities. The interactive and online exhibition will provide some inspiration, idea that can support education. Details »
    SIMpLe project launched
    The Eotvos Lorand University, the Bergen University College and the BusinessWorks Ltd. launched together a project with the cooperation of the Central European University as an external partner, in order to raise awareness on these aspects, to improve competencies and to develop a thorough and effective entrepreneurial curriculum in particular for non-business students. Details »
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