The 3EP project is now complete – The 3EP evaluation report is available here
The European Entrepreneurship Educators (3EP) supported and developed enterprise education through dedicated week long European Annual Summer Academies (EASA) from 2010 to 2012. EASA develop pedagogy and support institutional change, building confidence and practice in educators. They also provided an opportunity for peers to share “know-how”, create entrepreneurial outcomes making a difference to personal practice, students, colleagues and institutions.
NCEE was the lead partner for the project and had a clear commitment to deliver an economic, efficient and effective programme, ensuring value for money was delivered entirely throughout the 38 months duration. Higher Education institutions in Demark, Aarhus University (linked to IDEA), Finland, the university of Turku and Croatia, the University of Strossmayer, worked in conjunction with NCEE.
Together, the four partners were responsible for the curriculum, and collectively maintained the data to ensure it was up to date and relevant. Participants on the programme included teachers in Higher Education and researchers in the field of entrepreneurship. Focus on individual development throughout 3EP was encouraged.
3EP was the first European programme of its kind, and NCEE hopes to develop further projects, based on 3EP, that support the research and practice of entrepreneurship, reached by many throughout Europe.