FUNIBER participates in the Learning Activity of the SUCCEED project

SUCCEED, the European project of financial education (Stimulate Financial Education to Foster Entrepreneurship and Development), of which the Iberoamerican University Foundation (FUNIBER) is an active partner, reaches a crucial time with its first Learning Activity, in which the Foundation is involved and which will take place from the 9th to the 13th April, held by the Chamber of Commerce of Luxembourg

This Learning Activity will be the first one of this European program for entrepreneurs; throughout a week the designed contents will be taught and the assistants will give feedback in order to determine which aspects of the program need to be improved.  FUNIBER had a main role in the SUCCEED content creation.

The learning activity will last five days, with a minimum of seven hours per day, during which diverse training experiences will be applied, including the analysis of successful entrepreneurship cases in the European framework and visits of entrepreneurship projects in process and of European institutions promoting entrepreneurship and offering financial support to interesting projects.

The assistants of this first Learning Activity will be: Begoña Aguilera, student of the Master’s Degree in Hotel Management and the Degree in Business Administration and Management at the European University of the Atlantic (UNEATLANTICO) and Javier Guitián, student of the Degree in Industrial Engineering at UNEATLANTICO. Both students are in the BBVA-UNEATLANTICO Chair for Entrepreneurial Culture and Employability, in which Inna Alexeeva is Professor and Director, who also participates in the Learning Activity. The fourth participant is Neldier Lozano, Project expert and auditor of the SUCCEED program.

This experience is a huge opportunity for the participants to establish interesting links between them and with the European institutions in order to carry out future projects.

SUCCEED is a project launched by the Erasmus+ program of the European Commission, whose aim is to foster the economic education in order to promote the culture of entrepreneurship among the youth of the European Union.

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