Existenzgründerinnen-Programm an der Universität Tuzla (Phase II)

Contract partner: Taldi TuzlaCountry: Bosnien und Herzegowina Funding amount: € 100.245,00Project start: 01.07.2006End: 30.06.2007

Short Description:

Overall goal

The Business Start-up-Centre at the University of Tuzla is an important contribution towards promotion of business/entrepreneurship and change in the traditional approach and encouragement of students creativity and self-initiative. Started at the beginning of the year 2004 with phase I, supported by the Austrian Development Agency and managed by the bosnian NGO Taldi the project of setting up the Busines-Start-up-Centre has been successfully implemented.

The overall objective in the second phase is provision of entrepreneurship knowledge and business skills to the interested students/graduates/young academics of the University of Tuzla:

Sustainability of the Business-Start-up-Centre proves to be one of the major issues to be considered of the project as well as promotion of the values and ideas of entrepreneurship as one of the optional future profession orientation for students and graduates. Against this background the project is aiming at promotion and recognition of the Business-Start-up-Centre Tuzla as a relevant actor in the field of development of new methodologies and approaches and as a partner to other development iniatives.

project number7997-00/2006
source of fundingOEZA
sector Hochschulausbildung
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