The 3EP project is now complete - The 3EP evaluation report is available here
The European Entrepreneurship Educators (3EP) aims to support and develop enterprise education through dedicated week long European Annual Summer Academies (EASA) from 2010 to 2012. In support of key Oslo Agenda, the EASAs will develop pedagogy and support institutional change, building confidence and practice in educators. It’s an opportunity for peers to share “know-how”, create entrepreneurial outcomes making a difference to personal practice, students, colleagues and institutions.
NCEE is the lead partner for the project with a clear commitment to deliver an economic, efficient and effective programme, ensuring value for money is delivered entirely throughout the 38 months duration. Working in conjunction with NCEE, are Higher Education institutions in Demark, Finland and Croatia. Denmark is represented by Aarhus University (linked to IDEA) to bring more competent entrepreneurs into the Higher Education system. The institution in Finland is the University of Turku, whom have a worldwide reputation for its work in the field of entrepreneurship, and in Croatia, the University of Strossmayer will bring many European connections to the project with its strong relationships with many institutions across the EU.
Together, the four partners will be responsible for the curriculum, and will collectively keep the content up-to-date and interesting, made possible through the strong international network of Europeans in the field of entrepreneurship. The participants on the programme will be an international mix, with a combination of teachers in Higher Education and researchers in the field of entrepreneurship. Participants will be encouraged to focus on individual development throughout 3EP.
3EP is the first European programme of its kind, and will aim to ensure the research and practice of entrepreneurship is reached by many throughout Europe.