The “Integrating Entrepreneurship and Work Experience into Higher Education” (WEXHE) project, for which ENQA is a partner, is organising two workshops this May targeted to people interested in work-based learning from different EU countries and from different disciplinary backgrounds.
The first international workshop will take place in Münster, Germany on 13-16 May 2019 and will discuss how to create a learning environment for entrepreneurship. This workshop will introduce participants to different strategies and techniques that will help them set up teaching activities in an entrepreneurial way. For more information on this workshop, kindly contact Andre Perusso at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the project website.
The second international workshop will take place in Warwick, United Kingdom on 21-24 May 2019 and will look at how to advance work-based learning (WBL) opportunities and outcomes for work placements and traineeships in higher education. This workshop will introduce participants to different strategies and techniques that will help them set up and reflect on ways to promote courses that include WBL elements. For more information on this workshop, contact Dr. Scott Revers at S.S.Revers@warwick.ac.uk or Dr. Barbara Merrill at Barbara.Merrill@warwick.ac.uk or visit the project website.
Travel and accommodation costs will be paid by the WEXHE project up to the limit established by the European Commission. The workshops are free of charge. Participation in all four days is mandatory.