|Title||Developing Entrepreneurship and Innovation Minor Programes in European Research Area (ENOVA)|
|Description||The main aim of this project is to develop a new course in module structure on “Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management” which targets higher education students from different departments such faculties or departments of engineering, fine arts, and architecture who have career-plans as entrepreneurs. The duration of programme is 42 hours (14 weeks) which will be designed as one semester course. The course will be developed on a need analysis report conducted in cooperation with university and business world. It is going to be tested through the organization of an Intensive Programme for 14 days (42 hours of workload). The target group of the project involves;
The added value of the teaching will directly contribute to not only the objective of the project but also to the priority of the strategic partnership programme on “promoting the take-up of practical entrepreneurial experiences in education, training and youth work.” Through the project, the learners will improve their knowledge, skills and competencies on entrepreneurship and innovation management. The new course will also bring another added value since it will be shared with the partners to disseminate the impact of the project and to ensure its sustainability.
The main activities involves; developing and implementing a needs analysis survey, developing new course content and course materials, organizing an intensive programme, organizing a seminar, publishing an academic book, dissemination and evaluation activities.
The main outputs of the project are;
|Program||Erasmus+ Programme – Key Action 2: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices|
|Institutional Project Coordinator||Assist. Prof. Dr. Çağrı BULUT, email@example.com|