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Here you find the second entreTime-Newsletter.

The second entreTime training programme pilot was conducted between March 31st and June 16th. It was an exciting adventure that gathered participants from around the world working together to strengthen their competencies to promote a more entrepreneurial higher education and to reflect on innovative strategies to the challenges of universities. The pilot was held by […]

After the deemed success of the first pilot ended on June 16th, the entreTime team has just launched the third edition of the pilot with 5 Higher Education Institutions formally engaged for training and guiding the participants. With the aim to upskill educators, the entreTime training package offers novel validated methods and tools for stimulating […]

“We are thrilled, how much passion, creativity and curiosity the educators who attended as students this time, have shown in our training programme throughout the past three months” stated the entreTime team. All this enthusiasm has been captured by a quote expressed during the Jubilation event “I really appreciated taking a step back from entrepreneurship […]

Evidence indicates that developing an entrepreneurial mindset in people is a key factor for economic growth employment creation and sustainable local development. Through the cascading effect of knowledge transfer across all levels of society, entrepreneurial universities play a crucial role in spreading that mindset. entreTime deployed a comprehensive train-the-trainer package for further developing the skills […]

Here you find the first EntreTime-Newsletter.

On 17-18 September 2020, the first entreTime Train-the-Trainers program for Entrepreneurship was held at the Athens Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation (ACEin), part of the Athens University of Economics and Business. The vision behind the entreTime’s program is to train “all disciplines professors” and trainers, including those who do not have specific knowledge about entrepreneurship, […]

Given that Entrepreneurial training is becoming increasingly important in academia and business, entrepreneurship is a de facto interdisciplinary area that has drawn significant attention over the years with consequent a lot of different frameworks/approaches. entreTime consortium performed a benchmarking analysis on the most relevant programmes on entrepreneurship education in Europe and North America (54 entrepreneurship […]

A one-hour virtual workshop has been planned on June 15th 2020, early afternoon, as parallel session of the 18th International Triple Helix Conference “Future of innovation and innovation for future »

Please register for participating in the conference by May 24 to make use of the early-bird discount or at latest by 31 May 2020. https://events.tuni.fi/thc2020/registration/

The second HEInnovate webinar is taking a novel approach, combining dialogue, music and group discussions to engage participants. It will take place on Thursday, the 7th May at 5pm CEST. Register here…

We are happy presenting you our new homepage. For now it’s a first step and it will be continously filled and extended as our project is getting traction and visibility and when there’s more to inform you and the public about our progress as well as future activities and events.
We’re looking forward to meeting you in person in the future and hope to see you soon back here.

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