The EICAA project aims to help higher education institutions and companies to develop the business skills of students and workers respectively. In this regard, the project identifies the key business competencies that successful entrepreneurs possess and then develops an assessment tool along with a repository of learning resources.

The EICAA project aims to help higher education institutions and companies to develop the business skills of students and workers respectively. In this regard, the project identifies the key business competencies that successful entrepreneurs possess and then develops an assessment tool along with a repository of learning resources.

The first goal of the project is the identification of key entrepreneurial competencies and their modeling in the “EICAA Competence Framework”. In this sense, the Tecnocampus team has led the research, which includes the review of existing literature and current initiatives on the development of entrepreneurial skills, and has shared the results obtained during the recent transnational meeting held on 8 and 9 September. All EICAA partners participated in a workshop where the results of the research carried out on the reference competences framework, “EntreComp”, created in 2016 by the Joint Research Center (JRC) of the European Commission, were discussed. The findings will be shared shortly.

The meeting, which was to be held in person at the TecnoCampus, but which was finally held in virtual format due to the restrictions of the COVID-19 pandemic, also aimed to prepare the next milestones: the operationalization of EICAA in a rubric and the development of a digital platform to measure entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship skills.

The EICAA project, funded by the European Commission in the framework of the Erasmus + call "KA2: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices - Knowledge Alliances", is being developed throughout this year until 2023, and is coordinated by Univations GmbH (Germany), with the participation of the University of Szeged (Hungary), Hohenheim University (Germany), the Innsbruck Management Center (Austria), the Antwerp Management School (Belgium), Adsata (Germany), eVista Informatikai Kft (Hungary), ProMedia Kommunikation (Austria) and TecnoCampus (Spain).

The Tecnocampus team is made up of Ester Bernadó, project leader, Jaume Teodoro, entrepreneurship teacher, Oriol Ribera, entrepreneur, and Marta Carceller, project manager.

For more information on EICAA you can visit the social networks and website of the project.


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