Joint Enterprise
University Learning
Joint Enterprise
University Learning

About JEUL Project

There are growing difficulties faced by Chinese and Vietnamese university graduates in landing the first job because what they learn at universities does not match the market’s need in a rapidly changing economy. The highly competitive job market and growing unemployment pressure have triggered university students’ interest in seeking creativity and entrepreneurship education. In order to meet the students’ needs in dynamic market conditions universities from China and Vietnam look up to European partners for good practices.

The aim of this project is to establish and develop lasting cooperation among HEI and private sector, to influence the way universities work and enable them to learn from the entrepreneurial nature of companies, develop and use case studies based on the experience of companies – enhance their teaching and learning methods and gain an understanding of the needs of enterprises and improve the curricula accordingly. The idea is to move towards becoming Entrepreneurial Universities.

Latest Posts

Sharing ideas on placement office responsibilities

2018-10-22

Partner universities have shared their experience on responsibilities and role of a Placement…

Enterprise Pathway workshop in Kent

2018-09-20

Professor Des Doran, academic lead for the University of Kent, welcomed JEUL participants from…

Training for placement officers

2018-06-25

Partner universities have appointed Placement Officers and set up Placement Offices to manage the…

Upcoming Events

21

Jan

2019

Anual meeting of JEUL project in Vietnam

JEUL 1st Annual meeting will take place at BUH Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam and will be followed by other the activities of the project: –          Seminar on results of enterprise survey & feedback from student placement…

  • 10:00 - (2019-01-25)
  • BUH Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam.

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