As part of Kent Business School’s on-going involvement in the Joint Enterprise University Learning (JEUL) project, Professor Des Doran of Kent Business School, hosted partners from China and Vietnam to undertake a Case Study Workshop between 13-16 May 2019.
The Case Studies Workshop brought together JEUL Partners in creating best practice in the development of Case Study material in teaching. During the workshop, the Partners visited Chatham’s Historic Dockyard where they developed case studies based on their observations of the activities that take place at the docks.
The JEUL project, which is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the EU is designed to create symbiotic relationships between education and business. The JEUL project, influences universities by helping them learn from the entrepreneurial nature of businesses, utilising real-life case studies and experiences, feeding this information back into teaching and learning.
The three-year JEUL project, ending in October 2020, is designed to bring together higher education institutions and businesses across the globe in order to create more entrepreneurially-focused teaching and learning.
The University of Kent and specifically Kent Business School is one of the nine partner institutions which is leveraging its close working relationships with the local and regional business to help drive the Joint Enterprise University Learning project.
Read more information on the Joint Enterprise University Learning project