Academic Leaders Have General Benevolence to Entrepreneurship at Universities – Lack 0f Common Discussion and Multiple Views Perceived as Challenge
A research conducted by the University of Eastern Finland and the University of Turku reveals that the academic leaders of Finnish universities have a favourable attitude towards promoting entrepreneurship in universities as part of the social impact of universities. Notably, the universities are searching for direction in this field. On the other hand, lack of multiple views and common discussion is perceived as a challenge.
Professor Martina Battisti from the University of Portsmouth will visit the entrepreneurship unit from 9th March until 15th April.
Dr Allan Discua Cruz will visit Entrepreneurship department on 6th March and will give a presentation: Entrepreneurial narratives of the family (in) business (time 14:00-16:00, TSE Yhdistys).
Finnish research and education expertise is in high demand around the world. Co-owned by the University of Turku, the University of Eastern Finland, and the Åbo Akademi University, Finland University offers various types of commissioned professional training both in South America and Middle East and in different parts of South East Asia.