We work to increase the number of students in Norway and around the world with entrepreneurial skills and the mindset to become change agents for the better.
Engage has become a world-leading centre for entrepreneurship education and has recently been granted an extended period of 5 years. What have we done and what is the future plans of Engage?
10th December 2020
We all want to form our students to be able to handle situations they may face in their professional life. At Engage, we focus on developing our students’ Entrepreneurial Skills and Mindset, for our students to handle changing circumstances in an uncertain world. But how can we stimulate these aims through our education?
18th December 2020
EE Explore is a collaboration between Engage and ECSB – European Council for small Business and Entrepreneurship – a virtual platform for research interaction globally about Entrepreneurship Education. We arrange a series of online events about the topic, towards ECSB’s 3E conference in May 2021.
7th January 2021
Engage talk is new concept on Facebook that Engage is trying out. The concept is a digital series in the field of entrepreneurship where we highlight current topics that can be useful for professionals, experts and businesses. The goal is to connect these different actors.
9th March 2021
Entrepreneurship education is too complex to only rely on one outcome measure. It is time to rethink our view on assessment. By Torgeir Aadland, Co-director Engage and Associate Professor, NTNU The popularity of action-based, authentic and self-directed entrepreneurship education is prominent in many educational systems around the world today. Some entrepreneurship education implements and utilises...
An example of how student teams can be encouraged and supported to act, interact, challenge, embrace and reflect while working to solve problems related to sustainability issues.
21st June 2021
The latest study published by Engage showed that valuable learning can happen when students hold the role of educators in student-active and student-led initiatives, such as Spark NTNU.
It is important that nurses learn to be entrepreneurial, because they are the ones who discover important problem areas in their work and have the knowledge needed to solve them. But how do nurses become entrepreneurial?
In the spring of 2020, entrepreneurship education had to move online. We now have to ask - what does the ‘new’ entrepreneurship education look like?
Cataly(c)st aims to bring best practices from the research world, the maker communities, the youth movements and industry into one strong initiative.