FUNIBER participates in a transnational meeting of the Start-DSP project on entrepreneurial education

FUNIBER participates in a transnational meeting of the Start-DSP project on entrepreneurial education

The partners of the Erasmus+ Start Digital – Sustainable – Profitable (Start-DSP) project, in which the Fundación Universitaria Iberoamericana (FUNIBER) co-participates, recently held a virtual meeting to discuss the progress and next steps in the project.

The meeting was organized and hosted by the Accreditation Council for Entrepreneurial and Engaged Universities (ACEEU) of Germany. Other partners were also present: the European University of the Atlantic (UNEATLANTICO), Momentum  Services from Ireland, European E-Learning Institute (EUEI) from Denmark, Metropolitan  College from Greece and the German consulting firm The Vision Works.

During the meeting, the partners shared progress on the interviews conducted with educators and entrepreneurs and briefly discussed some of the results. Among them, the variety of perspectives of the people interviewed was highlighted. Furthermore, it was remarked that the relevance of integrating green practices does not only depend on the target groups, but also on their professional experiences or background, their awareness of the concept of digitalization and sustainability, and the type of company, in the case of entrepreneurs.

After the phase of analysis of the results and discussion with the partners, the next task that the partners will focus on is the toolkit, developed by ACEEU, which is practice-oriented and designed to sustainably increase the commitment and professionalism of entrepreneurial education in Higher Education Institutions (HEIs). The aim of this toolkit is to take into account different levels of maturity and professionalism and to improve the quality and impact of environmental education in European HEIs in general.

The partners established a schedule to move forward with next actions. The next meeting will be held virtually on July 12.

People interested in the Start-DSP project can learn more about it through its website, X, and LinkedIn.

The project, funded by the Nationale Agentur für Erasmus+ Hochschulzusammenarbeit (NA-DAAD), started in October last year and will end in October 2026.

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