Innovative Entrepreneurship in Nordic-Russian Context
The aim of the project is to strengthen the cooperation between education institutions and companies in Russia and the Nordic countries. The students will develop an understanding for companies' value creation and the teachers will develop skills in entrepreneurship, which can be used in teaching situations.
ProVip is a two-year project funded by the European Union's Lifelong Learning Programme (Action Erasmus Multilateral Projects). The aim of the project is to create structural links between higher education institutions and companies, and to create a platform for promoting and supporting virtual international internship.
Further information: http://www.provip.eu/
Kosovo – Business College in Mitrovica
The International Business College Mitrovica (IBCM) is an internationally registered not-for-profit educational foundation. The IBCM is a collaboration between SPARK, Lillebaelt Academy of Applied Sciences, University College Lillebaelt and the European educational network, SPACE.
Further information: www.ibcmitrovica.eu/en/
Nordic-Baltic network that offers SME’s a helping hand when establishing themselves in new markets.
Further information: http://www.nordicbalticnet.info/
EBS – European Business Skills
IP (Intensive programme) organized as a summer school in Varazdin, Croatia between the 30th of June and the 11th of July 2014. The students will be trained in various disciplines to be able to operate successfully in the European business market.
The purpose of the NSSP-project is to take advantage of the great potential that the film industry has to offer in relation to creating innovation and growth in the countries around the Nordic Sea and to increase the region’s competitiveness in a global context.
Ethicod is an IP (intensive programme) project with focus on entrepreneurship organized in Lithuania between the 9-22 of March 2014. The goal with the project is to create an entrepreneurial spirit amongst the students to inspire them to set up their own business. Three students from Lillebaelt Academy participated in the IP.