Emerging entrepreneurship skills & Technical Education in South Mediterranean Countries

1st & 2nd November 2018

Technical Education is one of the top education priorities in the participating countries. As it has been clearly mentioned in different constitutions (such as; in 2014 Egyptian constitution- Item 20). Reforming and/or modernization of technical Education is one of milestones in strategic goals set by the National Authorities in all participating countries.

Current threats/hurdles in south Mediterranean countries:

  • Youth unemployment in the MENA region stands at 31% [The Future of Jobs and Skills in the Middle East and North Africa by World Economic Forum]
  • Low enrolment in technical education as compared to that in universities.
  • Boosting Implementing Entrepreneurial Education (EPE) is lagging policies.
  • Poor Technical Education environment to build skilled graduates.

The desired Learning Outcomes are:

  • At Policy level
    • Promoting EPE strategy
    • Adoption of the EPE concept and activities
    • Promoting regional cooperation
  • At Institutional level
    • Building capacity and motivating staff,
    • Constituting partnerships with all stakeholders

The event is organized under the auspices of Aswan University in cooperation with the National Erasmus+ Office – Egypt in line with the Higher Education Reform Experts Group Activities and will take place in Mövenpick Hotel, Aswan from 1 to 2 November 2018.

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