"United in diversity" - is the original motto of the European Union and signifies that via the EU Europeans are united within an open labour market: Besides reduction of bureaucratic and legal frontiers the many different cultures, traditions and languages are a positive asset for the continent.
Entrepreneurship education was identified by the European Commission as one of eight key competences in the recent draft recommendation on lifelong learning and development of an entrepreneurial way of thinking is thus broadly supported by the European Commission.
The COEUR educations perfectly react on these changes and present a unique opportunity to prepare students from all over Europe to become creative Intra- and Entrepreneurs within the European Economic Area and beyond. Participants of COEUR educations will gain entrepreneurial core competences such as
- problem solving creativity
- capability to build networks
- self-responsible working
- teamwork capability
- intercultural competencies.
More specifically, COEUR offers various benefits to the following stake holders:
Benefits for STUDENTS
Learn European entrepreneurial challenges
Find and develop new ideas
Learn in intercultural teams
Practice entrepreneurial networking
Experience blended learning and cooperation
Experience project management
Experience creativity hands on
Experience presentation challenges
Benefits for UNIVERSITIES
COEUR educations are designed to be interdisciplinary and strongly encourage all kinds of faculties to enable this enriching experience to their students. The overall benefits are:
Integration of entrepreneurial education into all disciplines
Facilitate international cooperation
Increase of international awareness
Expand European network
Benefits for ENTERPRISES
COEUR offers a rich set of possiblities to enterprises and entrepreneurs interested in participation or sponsorship.
Get fresh ideas for the future
Creative problem solving opportunities
Build contact to students at an early stage
International recruiting opportunities
Support in the War for talents in particular for SMEs
Networking opportunities in internationalisation