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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 

ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION-A PRIORITY FOR THE HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS

8 - 9  OCTOBER 2012 BUCHAREST, ROMANIA



University of Bucharest (Romania), together with The Romanian Institute for Adult Education (Romania), Bit Media (Austria), CSCS (Italy), University of Latvia and Association DOCUMENTA (Spain), are honoured to invite you to attend the International Conference - Entrepreneurship education - a priority for the higher education institutions, event which will take place on 8th – 9th of October 2012, in Bucharest, Romania. The conference proceedings are going to be published by Medimond International Proceedings in Thomson Reuters, ISI Proceedgins journal.


This conference is organized within the European project “CReBUS – Creating a business in the digital age – developing entrepreneurship competences for young Europeans through eMentorship”, ref.no. 511822-LLP-1-2010-1-RO-KA3-KA3MP, project financed by the European Commission under Lifelong Learning Programme, transversal action KA3-ICT.


Europe 2020 Strategy puts forward three important priorities: smart, sustainable and inclusive growth, which can be achieved through an entrepreneurial way of acting and thinking. Universities have to deliver the right skills and competences in order to enable students to enter on the labour market and to develop entrepreneurial attitudes which are necessary for both employees and employers.


During this conference, students, graduates, entrepreneurs, professors, representatives of the chambers of commerce, as well as representatives of the career counselling centres are kindly invited to reflect together upon relevant aspects in the process of promoting entrepreneurship education in the higher education and to find concrete solutions for achieving the entrepreneurial potential of the universities.



 


This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

 

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