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CHIC

Creating Holistic Innovation Capacity

Project description

The Norwegian University of Science and Technology; Nord University; University of Malta, University of London; and the University of Split will share their impactful innovation and entrepreneurship capacity-building activities with the other higher education institutions in the consortium. 

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By sharing these unique entrepreneurship and innovation activities, the consortium will contribute to increasing the entrepreneurial and innovation capacity of the higher education sector across Europe and, consequently, boost sustainable economic growth and competitiveness in the EU.

By piloting these activities locally at selected higher education institutions, the consortium can measure and document increase in local entrepreneurship and innovation involvement among students, university staff, and other representatives from the knowledge triangle.

The proposed activities will increase engagement among students and university staff to decrease the limitations of hierarchy. This will also enable the use of students as a resource for impact within university-based innovation and entrepreneurship.

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The work packages

To promote the increasing entrepreneurial and innovation capacity of the higher education sector across Europe, we have worked on four different work packages. They consist of, among other things, peer-to-peer mentoring service, workshops, and collaboration experience through problem solving for real stakeholder. 

 

The different work packages are Spark*, Teaching Entrepreneurial Mindset (TEM), Engineering Ladder and E3 Initiative

Goals
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Enable students as a resource for impact within university-based innovation and entrepreneurship

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Increase engagement among students and university staff to decrease the limitations of hierarchy.

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Measuring and documentation of increased local entrepreneurship and innovation involvement among students, university staff, and other representatives from the knowledge triangle.