EU grant supports innovation and entrepreneurship

Kent Business School recently hosted a seminar for senior staff from the Banking University of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam as part of a €9 million Erasmus+ Capacity Building project.

The Joint Enterprise University Learning (JEUL) project seeks to establish and develop lasting cooperation among universities and the private sector, enabling universities to learn from the entrepreneurial nature of companies and therefore enhancing the relevance of teaching for the job market and society.

The project, which is coordinated by the University of Siena, Italy, involves 5 European higher education institutions as well as four leading Chinese and Vietnamese universities.

Kent Business School is a key partner in the project and is responsible for delivering workshops focussing upon developing entrepreneurship and innovation skills.

For information on JEUL, please contact Professor Des Doran

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