University Business Engagement –
A SMART Path for Development in Indonesia
The instrumental role of universities in socio-economic development is today widely recognised. Enhancing links and cross-fertilisation between Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) and their business environment in the interest of graduates’ employability, improved competitiveness and growth is high on the agenda of policy makers and HEIs around the globe. SMART project proposes a set of focused and complementary activities for enhanced university-business cooperation at Indonesian HEIs to help them identify opportunities for development, generate research-based knowledge, and contribute to the on-going education in the field. The project will facilitate the transfer of good practices from the EU to the PC HEIs; the set-up of professional units (Business Engagement Centres) at 7 PC HEIs and training to their staff to let them accompany students and researchers in making their business ventures a reality. The creation of a University-Business Network, as a platform for dialogue and exchange of experiences, and the Start-Up Nights and other stakeholders’ events will also contribute to inspiring nation-wide change.
During the past few months, SMART partners have been working intensively in the development of the syllabus for the project’s first training programme. This work is part of the project Work Package 2 (WP2.1) and has resulted in a unique set of training modules on...
External Evaluator Within the SMART project, we are looking for an External Evaluator to supervise the implementation of project activities and to provide an assessment of various project aspects such as relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, impact, and...
Together with Nine National and European Universities, ITS Develops a University-Business Cooperation Project
It has become the main agenda of policy makers around the world to increase the relevance of university activities regarding
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