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Title: Entrepreneurial Learning Indicators in Higher Education


1
Entrepreneurial Learning Indicators in Higher
Education
  • Prof. Dr. Radmil Polenakovik
  • St. Cyril and Methodius University, Skopje,
    Macedonia
  • Phase 2 Pilot Project in entrepreneurship in
    higher education
  • Belfast, 27-28 May 2010

2
  • Definition of entrepreneurial learning
  • All forms of education and training, both formal
    and non-formal, which contribute to an
    entrepreneurial spirit and entrepreneurial
    behaviour with or without a commercial
    objective. (ETF, 2009)
  • Definition of an entrepreneur
  • An entrepreneur is someone who seeks out
    opportunities, takes initiatives often based on
    risk and through new ventures decides how
    resources can be most effectively applied. Driven
    by the need for achievement, the entrepreneur may
    not necessarily be motivated by profit but use it
    as a measure of success. (ETF, 2009).

3
Indicator 1National Higher Education Policy on
Entrepreneurial Learning
4
Outline
  • Indicator presentation
  • Rationale
  • Objective
  • Descriptors of different levels
  • Exercise
  • Discussion

5
Indicator 1 National Higher Education Policy on
Entrepreneurial Learning
  • Rationale
  • A national higher education policy on promotion
    of across campus entrepreneurial learning will
    enhance the contribution of third level education
    to national competitiveness.
  • Objective
  • Key stakeholders (rectors conference, education
    authorities, RD community and enterprise) agree
    a national policy for promotion of across
    campus entrepreneurial learning.

6
Indicator 1 National Higher Education Policy on
Entrepreneurial Learning Level 1
  • Level 1
  • There is no discussion amongst key stakeholders
    (rectors, national education authorities, RD
    community and enterprise) on promotion of the
    across-campus concept of entrepreneurial
    learning.

7
Indicator 1 National Higher Education Policy on
Entrepreneurial Learning Level 2
  • Level 2
  • A higher education policy discussion paper has
    been elaborated by the education ministry for the
    purposes of promoting understanding amongst key
    stakeholders of the value of across campus
    entrepreneurial learning for students, third
    level education establishments and the local,
    regional and national economy.
  • The higher education policy discussion paper
    includes provisions for promoting equal
    opportunities for university staff and students
    in all entrepreneurial learning developments.
  • The higher education policy discussion paper
    forms part of a wider national effort to promote
    life-long entrepreneurial learning defined within
    a national LLEL strategy.
  • The policy discussion paper is upgraded
    annually borrowing on key developments on
    entrepreneurial learning within the country,
    including good practice (national and
    international).
  • The policy discussion paper builds on the
    broader life-long entrepreneurial learning policy
    developments foreseen within the indicator
    specifically addressing entrepreneurship across
    all levels of education.

8
Indicator 1 National Higher Education Policy on
Entrepreneurial Learning Level 3
  • Level 3
  • A national seminar organised by the education
    ministry or national academic body and involving
    key stakeholders is held annually a) review
    progress within third level education on
    across-campus developments in entrepreneurial
    learning and b) to generate further policy
    discussion and policy guidelines on across
    campus entrepreneurial learning within third
    level education .
  • Policy guidelines address university
    leadership, curriculum, teaching and learning
    process, staff development, stakeholder
    engagement and entrepreneurial learning support
    structures (e.g. incubators, technology transfer
    centres, centres for entrepreneurship).

9
Indicator 1 National Higher Education Policy on
Entrepreneurial Learning Level 4
  • Level 4
  • A network of universities cooperates to determine
    feasibility of the policy guidelines on across
    campus entrepreneurial learning within third
    level education.
  • Experience from the network is disseminated
    amongst government, academic institutions and
    business world.

10
Indicator 1 National Higher Education Policy on
Entrepreneurial Learning Level 5
  • Level 5
  • A national higher education policy, which clear
    provisions for promoting equal opportunities
    has been agreed amongst key stakeholders for
    promotion of across campus entrepreneurial
    learning within third level education.
  • The agreed policy includes a monitoring and
    evaluation component that a) ensures an annual
    review of key activities and b) recommended
    improvements to be addressed in the 12 months
    following the national seminar (level 3).
  • Equal opportunities promotion addresses
    women and men, people with special needs and
    minorities.

11
Exercise
  • Self assessment on your country what
    materials/evidence might you seek to address this
    indicator?

12
What materials/evidence might you seek to address
this indicator? (1/2)
  • International available documents related to the
    country
  • Reports on EL from ETF
  • Reports related to European Small Business Act
    (pre-accession region) and the Euro-Mediterranean
    Enterprise Charter (Southern Mediterranean
    region)
  • Reports related to entrepreneurship and higher
    education from OECD, UNESCO, UNDP, World Bank
    (IBRD), IMF, EBOR, etc.
  • Reports from international development agencies
    of countries that have bilateral projects in the
    area of education and SME development USA
    (USAID), Germany (GTZ), Swiss (SDC), Austria
    (ADA), UK (DFID), Nederland, Norway, etc.
  • Any official Government documents related to
    entrepreneurial learning with special focus on
  • Law on Higher education
  • Law on SME developments
  • Strategy and programs for Higher Education
    development
  • Strategy and programs for cooperation Academy
    Industry
  • Strategy and programs for SME Development

Phase 2 Pilot Project in entrepreneurship in
higher education
13
What materials/evidence might you seek to address
this indicator? (2/2)
  • Official state documents related to spending in
    higher education, RD investments, infrastructure
    in education, technology transfer centers,
    business start-up centers, university based
    business incubators, funds available for
    innovation development and start-up trainings,
    university based seed capital, etc.
  • Agreements for cooperation between Chambers of
    Commerce and Universities (related to
    internships, technology transfer, guest speakers
    from business, student project tasks in
    companies, etc.)
  • Strategy / programs from the Ministry of Labor
    and social affairs related to self employment
    and career guidance
  • Documents from Agency for employment (types of
    trainings, financial support, etc.)
  • TEMPUS projects related to entrepreneurship
  • Proceedings from the Conferences related to EL

Phase 2 Pilot Project in entrepreneurship in
higher education
14
Exercise
  • Who would you consult?

15
Who Would You Consult?
  • Ministry top level
  • Minister or Vice-minister of Economy (Industry)
  • Minister or Vice-minister of Education (and
    Science / Higher Education)
  • State Secretary at the Ministries
  • State Secretary at the Ministry of labor and
    social affairs
  • National European Small Business Act
    (pre-accession region) and the Euro-Mediterranean
    Enterprise Charter (Southern Mediterranean
    region) Coordinator
  • EU Representative
  • President/Rectors/Provost Conference Head
  • Chambers of commerce Presidents/Directors
  • Employment agency director
  • TEMPUS office representative
  • Labor Associations Director/President
  • Agency for Entrepreneurship Promotion Director
  • NGOs that promote entrepreneurship on regional
    and national level
  • International donor community representatives

Phase 2 Pilot Project in entrepreneurship in
higher education
16
Exercise
  • How could you validate your assessment?

17
How could you validate your assessment?
  • Evidence
  • Documents, meeting minutes
  • Brochures
  • Statistics
  • Budget
  • Consult partners/experts
  • Key persons for partner country evaluation are
    National charter coordinator and domestic EL
    expert
  • Approval from National charter coordinator
  • Approval from representative from ministry of
    education (and science)
  • Approval on University level

Phase 2 Pilot Project in entrepreneurship in
higher education
18
Thank you very much for your attention
  • Prof. Dr. Radmil Polenakovik
  • St. Cyril and Methodius University, Skopje,
    Macedonia
  • radepole_at_mf.edu.mk
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