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Title: Fostering university-enterprise cooperation and entrepreneurship of students via SMART Caffes. Student’s needs [Articol]
Authors: Priţcan, Valentina
Keywords: entrepreneurship
university-enterprise cooperation
entrepreneurial education
innovation
entrepreneur-friendly ecosystems
creativity
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: USARB
Citation: Prițcan, Valentina. Fostering university-enterprise cooperation and entrepreneurship of students via smart caffes. Student’s needs / V. Prițcan //Tradiţie şi inovare în cercetarea ştiinţifică, Ediţia a 8-a: Materialele Colloquia Professorum din 12 oct. 2018. – Bălţi : US „Alecu Russo”, 2019. – P. 362-369. – ISBN 978-9975-50-235.
Abstract: Nowadays, universities develop policies meant to improve the quality and effectiveness of the scientific research and the innovation process, develop human resources through and for research, connect research to the European and international value system, and recognize research performance. The national priorities stipulated in the 2020 Education strategy of the Republic of Moldova has set the following goals: (1) improvement of University-enterprise cooperation, (2) entrepreneurship and employability of graduates, and (3) reinforcement of the links between education, research and business. The research is focused on the summary presentation of the results of the survey conducted to reveal students' needs in entrepreneurship initiatives and entrepreneurship education at universities, the analysis of those needs and suggestion of appropriate solutions within the framework of the "Fostering University-Enterprise Cooperation and Entrepreneurship of Students via SMART Cafes (SMART)" project co-funded by the Erasmus + Program of the European Union.
URI: http://dspace.usarb.md:8080/jspui/handle/123456789/4352
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