As part of Kent Business School’s on-going involvement in the Joint Enterprise University Learning (JEUL) project, Professor Roman Matousek of Kent Business School, travelled to the University of Siena, Italy to take part in one of the opening forums.
Hosts of the meeting, which took place on February 1 and 2, the University of Siena is playing a central role in the JEUL project, which is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the EU to the tune of almost €1m. The event allowed academics from partaking institutions to meet and discuss progress within the project.
During the three-year lifespan of the JEUL, which is designed to bring together higher education institutions and businesses across the globe in order to create more entrepreneurially-focussed teaching and learning, there will be further meetings and discussion forums across participating institutions.
The University of Kent, and specifically Kent Business School, is one of the nine partner institutions which is leveraging its close working relationships with local and regional business to help drive the Joint Enterprise University Learning project.
Read more information on the Joint Enterprise University Learning project.