EU Projects

  • The European Entrepreneurship Education Network

    The European Entrepreneurship Education Network

    The European Entrepreneurship Education NETwork (EE-HUB) is a network of experts committed to entrepreneurial learning. The network aims to promote entrepreneurship education in Europe. EE-HUB will have a strong focus on stimulating further developments and make policy recommendations that that will help increase the uptake of entrepreneurship education across Europe, all in line with proposals included in the Entrepreneurship 2020 Action Plan.

  • The Entrepreneurial School

    The Entrepreneurial School

    The Entrepreneurial School (TES) Guide is part of a large entrepreneurship education initiative in Europe - The Entrepreneurial School project. The Virtual Guide to Entrepreneurial Learning is a practical and useful resource for teachers in primary, secondary and vocational schools. With more than 125 entrepreneurial tools and methods in several languages, as well as good practice examples and self-assessment tools, the TES Guide offers educators material to help apply entrepreneurial learning in any subject area and for any age group. TES is also useful in initial teacher training and continuous professional development.

  • Innovation Cluster for Entrepreneurship Education

    Innovation Cluster for Entrepreneurship Education

    The “Innovation Cluster for Entrepreneurship Education” (ICEE) is the new Erasmus + funded project lead by JA Europe in collaboration with four Ministries of Education (Estonia, Finland, Italy and Latvia) and Enterprise Flanders (representing the Ministry in Flanders, Belgium); three research institutes (Eastern Norway Research Institute, The Foundation for Entrepreneurship

  • Social Enterprise 360

    Social Enterprise 360

    The Social Enterprise 360 project was developed through a strategic partnership between organizations from 8 countries. Based on a comprehensive educational approach of social entrepreneurship, it combines learning outcomes with assessment and formal methods with informal activities (implemented both in and out of school). Moreover, the programme engages participants at a local and international level, with the support and guidance of teachers and mentors. 

We use cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Learn more.

I accept cookies from this site: