Through the Partners, the 8 National Focus Groups and the 80 schools and a fit-for-purpose evaluation tool, the University of Warwick collects best practice tools and methods from across Europe and identifies gaps. The scope and search phase is meant to gather the raw material for the Virtual Guide for Entrepreneurial Learning which is taken forward, adapted and developed for pan-European implementation.

If you want to contribute to the search, please fill in this form and we will be in contact with you. 

We are looking for:


1. Entrepreneurial learning tools and methods to be used in core subjects such as Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) in addition to language, arts and history/social studies.

2. Entrepreneurial learning tools and methods used in extra-curricular activities and/or non-core subjects such as: music, visual art, health.

3. Good community partnership practices in support of entrepreneurial learning.