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  • Wij zijn niet de enigen die dit sterke team vormen, maar doen hiervoor ook beroep op de studenten binnen de Hogeschool Gent
  • Door creativiteitssessies aan te bieden aan startende ondernemers en ondernemende studenten en docenten
  • Door ze nieuwe technieken aan te leren om tot goeie concepten te komen, waarvoor we vb onze eigen Trendspot ontwikkelden
  • Door hen te informeren over wondernemende topics tijdens de infosessies voor ondernemers, docenten en studenten die we organiseren
  • En door hen de zelfstandigheid te geven en toch ook een teamgevoel te creëren waarin zij meedenken aan nieuwe initiatieven om het ondernemen bij de rest van de studenten te brengen
  • Door het thema ondernemen naar de campus te brengen en de studenten uit te nodigen op onze business cafés
  • Door wedstrijden te organiseren, die de studenten en ondernemers aanzetten tot creativiteit en ondernemerschap
  • Door infrastructuur aan te bieden van waaruit studenten een zaak kunnen opstarten en waar ondernemers en studenten die samen aan een project werken kunnen vergaderen, etc.
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    1. 1. USASBE WorkshopEntrepreneurial Universities and Entrepreneurial Learning
    2. 2. Biggest student city of Belgium65 000 students
    3. 3. University College Ghent Established in 1995 located in Flanders (6 million inhabitants) – Belgium - Europe The largest University College of Belgium (18 000 students)
    4. 4. Situated in Flanders (about 6 million inhabitants) Established in 1995 Facts & Figures 2.196 members of staff 18.000 students Proefhoeve Bottelaere (Research Farm) 8 campuses in Ghent and Aalst380 research Multisectoral: 10 areas of study –projects 8 faculties Centre for Entrepreneurship 150 doctoral projects Homebrewed “Bijloke-beer”
    5. 5. Human map
    6. 6. Do you stimulate creativity or entrepreneurial behaviour?
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    10. 10. Mission• Stimulate creativity and entrepreneurial behaviour: – Students – Staff – Candidate starters – SME‟s
    11. 11. History „08 Centre for ‟08 Entrepreneurship Free course „06 “Entrepreneurship” bach.- / masterthesis „04 Entrepreneurial Skills ‟02 VUMAS business game  STEP project
    12. 12. Business Administration 4 faculties 4 associated faculties
    13. 13. Entrepreneurial University • Entrepreneurial awareness • University-business cooperation
    14. 14. Students working on projects of startersand SME‟s
    15. 15. Triangle relation Support Guide Mediate Coach Student Entrepreneur Performance: Demand? Research Feasibility studie Business Plan Marketingplan … …
    16. 16. Facilitate creativity sessionsAnd brainstorms
    17. 17. Created own brainstorm tool
    18. 18. CfE Trendspot
    19. 19. Organise free infosessions forentrepreneurs and students
    20. 20. Stimulate students towardsEntrepreneurial behaviour
    21. 21. Bring inspiring entrepreneurialStories on campus
    22. 22. Organise bootcamps for studentsand young entrepreneurs
    23. 23. Stimulate students towardsEntrepreneurship
    24. 24. Support Student-Entrepreneurs:Status student-Entrepreneur
    25. 25. Organise business contests
    26. 26. Yearly organise anInternational Entrepreneurship Seminar http://internationalentrepreneurialseminar.wordpress.com/
    27. 27. Offer free work facility
    28. 28. Our team7-1-2013
    29. 29. European trend 1: To make higher educationinstitutions more entrepreneurial
    30. 30. How do you see„the Entrepreneurial University‟ of the future?
    31. 31. Brainstorm workshopTrendtool• to start the discussion and to open up our minds towards innovative solutions• Possible interesting comparisons between Europe, the United States and other cultures? 7-1-2013 62
    32. 32. Trendspot tool
    33. 33. European Trend 2: International orientation(at least within Europe itself)
    34. 34. How important are internationalpartnerships to your institution?
    35. 35. International entrepreneurialprojects within the CfE
    36. 36. Knowledge center to Entreprise Services through Students
    37. 37. KESS Characteristics 12 Partners:Hogeschool Gent (project-leader), Hogeschool West-Vlaanderen, VOKA Kamer vanKoophandel Oost-Vlaanderen, VOKA Kamer van Koophandel West-Vlaanderen,ERSV West-Vlaanderen, Groupe Sup de Co Amiens, Université Catholique de Lille,Université de Technologie de Compiègne, Institute Polytechnique La Salle Beauvais,Chambre de Commerce Franco-Belge, Ville de Marcq-en-Baroeul, AmiensMétropole Total budget: 1.164.000 euro Financial support: INTERREG IV France-Wallonie-Vlaanderen, Vlaanderen,Oost-Vlaanderen, West-Vlaanderen, Picardie Timeperiod: 01-10-2011 until 01-10-2014
    38. 38. KESS Aims• Contribution to the economic growth of both regions by cross-border student services, like internships, to enterprises;• Realisation of a structural cooperation between higher education institutions, representative organisations for business and enterprises from both regions;• Creation of opportunities for social and cultural links;• Improving the student services to enterprises by the creation of multidisciplinary teams of students, teachers and entrepreneurs;• Improving the exchange of knowledge cross-border• Improving entrepreneurship education in a cross-border context• Alignment of demand and supply of the labourmarket cross-border
    39. 39. European University Enterprise Network (EUEN)
    40. 40. EUEN Characteristics• Pilot project• 10 Partners: University partners: Coventry University (Project Coordinator), Hogeschool Ghent, Fachhochschule Münster, University of Turku Business partners: Acerta, Banco Santander, Hewlett-Packard Limited, Microsoft Worldwide - Education Strategy Group Network partners: European Business and Innovation Centre Network, National Centre for Entrepreneurship Education• Total budget: 495.982 euro• Financial support: EUROPEAN COMMISSION Directorate-General for Education and Culture• Timeperiod: 01-11-2011 until 31-05-2013
    41. 41. EUEN aims• EUEN builds up on the established concept of University Enterprise Networks, led by the National Centre for Entrepreneurship Education and the delivery of the Innovation UEN by Coventry University.• EUEN will establish partnerships between enterprise and entrepreneurial universities and multi-national businesses aimed at making a substantial impact on long term competitiveness in both sectors.• EUEN aims to enhance entrepreneurship opportunity by: – shaping the leadership in education institutions – building the capability to deliver entrepreneurship through education by the professional development of the academic and support staff
    42. 42. Interregional dissemination of the businessconcept of the Centre for Entrepreneurship
    43. 43. Characteristics• 7 Partners: Hogeschool Gent (project coordinator), Hogeschool Zuyd, Université du Littoral côte d’opale (ULCO), University of the Algarve, Jade University Wilhelmshaven, Coventry University, Mälardalens högskola• Total budget: 45.147,35 euro• Financial support: European Fund for Regional Development• Time Period: 1-12-2010 until 30-11-2012
    44. 44. Aims• Interregional knowledge exchange on entrepreneurial education and entrepreneurship support• Setting up an international network on Entrepreneurial Education• Bringging together students of University College Ghent with peers of other European universities, with the goal of setting up business plans together and facing intercultural opportunities.• Lower barriers for entrepreneurs willing to trade internationally• Declining the gap in between education and entrepreneurship• Create a short but intensive 3ECTS program for foreign students, in order to position the Centre for Entrepreneurship Internationally
    45. 45. Do you closely cooperate with Business? - Research - Internships - Funding / Sponsorship - Partnership projects - Others?
    46. 46. But…… How to install Entrepreneurial Behavior in HEI? …How to install Entrepreneurial Behavior in Business?
    47. 47. How setting up structuraluniversity-business colaborations? What constraints University-Business collaboration, and how to overcome this?
    48. 48. European Trend 3: More university – businesscooperation, in order to generate an entrepreneurial culture
    49. 49. EUEN:European University Entreprise Network
    50. 50. European University Enterprise Network (EUEN)
    51. 51. EUEN Characteristics• Pilot project• 10 Partners: University partners: Coventry University (Project Coordinator), Hogeschool Ghent, Fachhochschule Münster, University of Turku Business partners: Acerta, Banco Santander, Hewlett-Packard Limited, Microsoft Worldwide - Education Strategy Group Network partners: European Business and Innovation Centre Network, National Centre for Entrepreneurship Education• Total budget: 495.982 euro• Financial support: EUROPEAN COMMISSION Directorate-General for Education and Culture• Timeperiod: 01-11-2011 until 31-05-2013
    52. 52. EUENEuropean University Enterprise Network• European Commission Pilot-Project• Knowledge Alliances – Stimulating entrepreneurship inside education – Stimulating university-business collaboration• 8 European universities (UK, BE, GER, SE, SP, NL, PO)• 8 (European) businesses (Microsoft, HP, Acerta, etc..)• Explorative project – searching for new ways of implementing entrepreneurship 7-1-2013 83
    53. 53. EUEN aims• EUEN builds up on the established concept of University Enterprise Networks, led by the National Centre for Entrepreneurship Education and the delivery of the Innovation UEN by Coventry University.• EUEN will establish partnerships between enterprise and entrepreneurial universities and multi-national businesses aimed at making a substantial impact on long term competitiveness in both sectors.• EUEN aims to enhance entrepreneurship opportunity by: – shaping the leadership in education institutions – building the capability to deliver entrepreneurship through education by the professional development of the academic and support staff
    54. 54. EUEN actionsWP1: Shaping the education environment through collaborative interventions with institutional leaders to stimulate entrepreneurship in staff, students and graduatesWP2: Application of collaborative learning opportunities through business-education-student projectsWP3: Transfer of good practice from the pilot to the wider European communityWP4: Project management ensuring delivery of outputs on time and to budget
    55. 55. EUEN actions and results• Leader‟s Forums: discussion between leader‟s of HEI and business – Institutional top-level awareness – Institutional change – Large ROI (small investment) – Top Down Approach 7-1-2013 86
    56. 56. EUEN actions and results• Staff Development Program: Creating entrepreneurial behavior and awareness whithin teachers – Most teachers start very entrepreneurial – Structural constraints limit entrepreneurial behavior – Student-centered approach scares teachers – Need for incentives (rewards in time or resources) – Entrepreneurial teachers create entrepreneurial students? 7-1-2013 87
    57. 57. EUEN actions and results• University-Business collaboration – Acerta (Enterprise Counter, HR services) – Different cultures HEI and business – Need for common language – Need for accountmanagers at HEI – Need for business approaching strategy at HEI – Need for more entrepreneurship inside businesses 7-1-2013 88
    58. 58. EUEN Conclusion• Entrepreneurial University – Loosen structures! More space for entrepreneurial behavior – Top down and Bottom up – Teachers have a central role and are katalyst – Incentives must be build in the structures – Allocation of budget – Mission statement 7-1-2013 89
    59. 59. EUEN Conclusion• University-Business Collaboration (UBC) – Cultural exploration between the two – More strategic approach for collaboration – Entrepreneurial behavior is needed whithin both HEI and businesses – More need for resources to stimulate real encounters (eg. Leader‟s Forum) 7-1-2013 90
    60. 60. Centre for Entrepreneurship Workshop• Best or worst practices • Every participant gets max.10 minutes to discuss a best or worst practice from his own experience 7-1-2013 91
    61. 61. Summary of the WorkshopEventual Remarks?
    62. 62. Interested in joining our network?
    63. 63. Be entrepreneurial before it is too late!
    64. 64. www.hogent.be/centrumvoorondernemen OR FIND US ON FACEBOOK: Centrum voor Ondernemen (CvO)
    65. 65. Thank you!
    66. 66. Possibilities to cooperate• Online network• Further meetings• Trade missions• International business contest• Exchange students• Erasmus agreements• Involve students in each others workshops• Trendspot-tool.com• International Seminar• Staff/teacher exchanges• Staff Devolpment Programme
    67. 67. 7-1-2013 99
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