Egypt awarded as best entrepreneurship project in Helsinki

The University of Alexandria, Egypt, was awarded as best project in the EU neighbourhood for entrepreneurial skills development. The prize was awarded under the presence of EU Commissioner Marianne Thyssen.

Egypt,  presenting an outstanding project

An alternative, but equally impressive practice, is taking place at the Alexandria University of Egypt, which offers an entrepreneurship course incorporating all components of the European Entrepreneurship Competence Framework. A salient feature in this good practice is the comprehensive, yet flexible way in which it is delivered. All higher education students undertake the course to develop the entrepreneurship key competence and at the same time, it is delivered flexibly so that adult learners can benefit. The University Incubator supports in taking promising initiatives forward and obtaining globally recognised industry accreditation.

Azerbaijan, the second best entrepreneurship story

Established in 2015, Education Hub is a small company providing educational programmes on social entrepreneurship to strengthen the economic capacity of young women living in rural areas of Azerbaijan. It focuses on developing their entrepreneurial mindset as well as practical training, inspired by the Enterpreneurship Competence Framework.

European Union Vocational Education and Training Excellence Awards

The Vocational Education and Training Excellence Awards are an important element of the European Vocational Skills Week. They highlight best practice and recognise excellence in vocational education and training all over Europe and in the countries neighbouring the EU.  It fosters network building and new career opportunities. Winners of the awards become ambassadors in their field.

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