Seed Fund seeks to effectively address existing knowledge shortages by offering a complete guide on the EU related and alternative SMEs financing schemes via suitable and interconnected teaching and learning activities which will be inline with EU policies for SMEs and entrepreneurship. Ultimately, this project aspires to enhance the institutional capacity of the universities while boosting SMEs’ competitiveness and addressing the issue of misinformation between young European entrepreneurs and their global counterparts by focusing on the externalisation aspect.
KA220-HED - Cooperation partnerships in higher education
Grand Agreement Number:
To be anounced
Funded by: Erasmus +
Coordinated by: University of Strasbourg, France
Duration: 01/09/2023 - 31/08/2025 (2 years)
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