1.Introduction - The Mandate for Entrepreneurship Education -- PartI:Entrepreneurship Education in Northern Europe -- 2.Lund University: Embedding Entrepreneurship in a Regional Context -- 3.University of Southern Denmark: IDEA Centre for Promoting Entrepreneurship Education Across the University -- 4.Tampere University of Applied Sciences: Team Learning and Team Entrepreneurship -- PartII:Entrepreneurship Education in Central-Eastern Europe -- 5.Kaunas University of Technology: Developing Entrepreneurship Education with International Expert Networks -- 6.Technical University of Kosice: Extra-curricular Entrepreneurship Education Activities and Start-up Coaching within the Region -- 7.Kozminski University: Developing Minds for Ambitious Entrepreneurship and Training Teachers at other Universities -- PartIII:Entrepreneurship Education in South-Eastern Europe ---
8.Bucharest University of Economic Studies: Developing a Strong and Distinct Position for Providing Entrepreneurship Education -- 9.University of Ljubljana: Applying the Design-Thinking Approach to Entrepreneurship Education -- 10.University of Osijek: Developing Entrepreneurship Education from Scratch over Time -- Part IV:Entrepreneurship Education in South-Western Europe -- 11.University of Coimbra: Supporting Nascent Entrepreneurs by Extra-Curricular Activities -- 12.EMLYON: Educating Entrepreneurs as a Prime Objective of a Private Business School -- 13.Milan Polytechnic University: Experience-Oriented Entrepreneurship Education -- 14.University of Valencia: The Business Culture Chair and Entrepreneurship Training for University Lecturers -- Part V:Entrepreneurship Education in North-Western Europe -- 15.University of Cambridge: Persistently Innovating Entrepreneurship Education Methods ---
16.Dublin City University Ryan Academy: A Public-Private Partnership in Entrepreneurship Education -- 17.University of Huddersfield: Entrepreneurship Education Across all Schools and How to Teach the Teachers -- PartVI:Entrepreneurship Education in Central Europe -- 18.University of Liège: VentureLab – Establishing an Entrepreneurial Ecosystem at a University -- 19.Johannes Kepler University Linz: Inspiring Teaching and a Support Network for Academic Entrepreneurs -- 20.Leuphana University of Lüneburg: Developing a Comprehensive Approach for Diverse Target Groups -- 21.Erasmus University Rotterdam: Building the Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneur-ship and Advancing Corporate Entrepreneurship -- 22.(Insights for Entrepreneurship Educators, Education Managers, and University Leaders) Closing Chapter.
This volume discusses entrepreneurship education in Europe on the basis of in-depth case studies of related activities at twenty higher education institutions. Based on a model of entrepreneurship education, the analysis addresses curricular and extra-curricular teaching, as well as the institutional and stakeholder context of delivering entrepreneurship education within higher educational institutions. The book offers both insightful entrepreneurship teaching practices and a discussion of potential organizational drivers and barriers. Accordingly, it provides a valuable resource for researchers, instructors, and managers of entrepreneurship education alike..