Strategic Partnership Social Entrepreneurship for Local Change

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Project Objectives

The objective of this strategic partnership is to develop a study module on social entrepreneurship with a scope of up to 15 ECTS.

The format of delivery will be flexible (both online and blended learning modes) in order to address different target groups.

In terms of content, the project will adapt and complement existing learning resources, both national and European, and provide new materials derived from the partners’ local contexts.

In addition, experiences made during development and pilot implementation will feed into a guidance report for teaching staff.

Target groups

The project is addressed to an interdisciplinary target group of educators, students and young professionals in the fields of economics, business administration, geography, agriculture, regional development, urban/landscape planning.

Project Activities

  • Development of online course materials on social entrepreneurship theory, methods, tools and case studies as open educational resources
  • Implementation of blended learning activities on the subject of social entrepreneurship in combination with local workshops organised alternately by three of the consortium partners
  • Preparation of a guidance report for teachers interested in integrating social entrepreneurship into their courses. The project follows the methodical approach of a pedagogical action research cycle: the course will be repeated three times and accompanied by profound observation and evaluation and continuous improvement, finally leading to a stable and sustainable model.

ERASMUS+ Programme and the German National Agency

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).