Guidance Reports Social Entrepreneurship for Local Change

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Guidance Reports

Improving the quality and relevance of higher education is the overall goal of the ERASMUS+ programme. The Strategic Partnership 'Social Entrepreneurship for Local Change' has contributed to this goal by addressing two horizontal priorities: Promoting entrepreneurship education and social entrepreneurship among young people and supporting the implementation of the 2013 Communication on Opening Up Education. In this first part we have summarized the main strategic goals of this project, which obstacles we have encountered, which main achievements have been made and how all of this has eventually come down to the institutions and their study programmes. The second part of this report is dedicated to the actual curriculum design of a blended learning model on Social Entrepreneurship.

We have divided this report into two parts. In the first part we have summarized the main strategic goals of this project, which obstacles we have encountered, which main achievements have been made and how all of this has eventually come down to the institutions and their study programmes. This second part is primarily addressed to higher education teaching staff. The goal of this report is to illustrate how we have designed a social entrepreneurship blended learning model in an international and interdisciplinary setting, implemented across institutional boundaries. This involved two relevant dimensions. First, how we have conceptualised a process for entrepreneurial learning in the context of social innovation. And second, how we have used the internet for bridging national and institutional boundaries. The report is therefore not only informative for anyone interested in social entrepreneurship education. You may find it also interesting if you are teaching a different subject.

Testimonials from Course Designers and Course Particpants

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Participant of the SELC intensive workshop 2018 in Tartu, Estonia
Participant of the SELC intensive workshop 2017 in Arnheim, Netherlands
Participants of the SELC intensive workshop 2016 in Bucharest, Romania
Professor Monica Dudian from ASE, Bucharest, Romania



The Social Entrepreneurship for Local Change Project has been (partially) funded by the ERASMUS+ grant program of the European Union under grant no.2015-1-DE01-KA203-002161 Neither the European Commission nor the project's national funding agency are responsible for the content or liable for any losses or damage resulting of the use of these resources.
The EU grant of 316.435 Euro from the ERASMUS+ programme has been issued by the National Agency for University Cooperation of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).