The Central Transdanubian Regional Innovation Agency participates in the InnoSchool international project, which aims to strengthen the entrepreneurial spirit in Central European countries, including in Hungary, and to help become young entrepreneurs among secondary school students. Project members are committed to responding to the environmental, social and economic challenges of the future, and the yet non-existent businesses which will be created by future generations can be a solution for this problem.

The InnoSchool project targets adolescents in entrepreneurial education. The program will develop a new approach to learning that will help young people learn economic and entrepreneurial skills through a game software. This learning system encompasses the demands that young people have against such a new tool, such as social media experience and inter-school competition. Thus, our goal is creating a tool that not only educates, but also becomes popular and attractive to young people. The business support tool is developed jointly with educational and policy institutions, NGOs and the business community.

This business support tool will be developed jointly with educational and policy institutions, NGOs, and the business community. The newly developed tool will be tested in a real school environment, and we are seeking for schools that are open to new pedagogical methods and committed to educating young people as entrepreneurs. The schools participating in the testing phase are given the opportunity to participate in the preparatory work, to exchange experience abroad and the teachers will be taught for using the tool. Finally, as a result of the collaboration, we are trying to incorporate this new pedagogical method and related knowledge into the Hungarian curriculum.

The following partners are involved in the implementation of the project:

  • Czech Republic - DEX Innovation Centre
  • Bulgaria – Business Incubator – Gotse Delchev Entrepreneurship Promotion Centre
  • Bulgaria – Regional Development of education – Blagoevgrad
  • Romania – The European Center for Socio Professional Integration ACTA
  • Romania – Centre for Resources and Educational Assistance of Bihor County
  • Hungary - Central-transdanubian Regional Innovation Agency Nonprofit Ltd.
  • Austria – Vienna BOard of Education, European Office
  • Slovakia – Technical University of Kosice
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina – Agency for economic development of City of Prijedor „PREDA-PD”
  • Serbia – Regional Agency for Development and European Integration Belgrade
  • Moldova – FACLIA – Association for Children and Youth

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The project is implemented through the Danube Transnational Programme, with the support of the European Regional Development Fund, co-financed by the European Union and the Hungarian State.

Project co-funded by European Union funds (ERDF, IPA, ENI)

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