In the wake of the second academic revolution  higher educational institutes in most of Western Europe are met with a new demand. It is no longer enough to solely focus on research and education; educational institutes are now expected to fill a new role in society as a contributor to the social and economic growth. As an extension of this universities are met with a more or less explicit governmental demand to foster innovative and entrepreneurial graduates. This has a top down effect on the strategy of many higher educational institutes where the fostering of entrepreneurial graduates has become a goal. But how can it be achieved?
|Status||Udgivet - sep. 2014|