The ELSC consists of more than 80 members from South East Europe and Turkey, who have been nominated by SEECEL’s partner universities (who are currently piloting entrepreneurial learning in their institutions).
Reflecting the key competence approach to entrepreneurship and the principle of entrepreneurship as “turning ideas into action” rather than merely launching a business, the articles featured in this newsletter are written by students from non-business faculties and include a range of perspectives on entrepreneurship:
- Overviews of examples of social entrepreneurship in the region, of what makes a successful entrepreneur, and what tools can help potential businesses.
- A fascinating example of an entrepreneurial project in the wine industry in which a student has played a key role.
- Innovative student ideas on how to address social issues using an entrepreneurial approach.
- Personal reflections on how non-business students view entrepreneurship.
The newsletter can be downloaded at this link.