The event was developed within the framework of Entrepreneurship education congress, reaching this way a very important number of stakeholders and experts in the field, maximizing impact of E-COOL results and spreading the word to a very large audience.

The congress was organized by the Regional Ministry of Education and Sports, main E-COOL stakeholder in Andalusia, whose managing team proposed and give us their support to organize a dissemination seminar in the framework of the congress and share with congress participants the E-COOL experience under different perspectives.


This congress reflected the need to launch a reflective process that guides educational practice in order to address entrepreneurial skills in a planned manner and to take a critical look at those aspects that affect entrepreneurship education in young people.

With this purpose, the event was based on three main lines:

• Which entrepreneurial skills for which entrepreneurial education.

• Good practices in the field of educational entrepreneurship.

• The role of public and private institutions in entrepreneurial education: what and how.

The E-COOL session had a very logical place in the whole seminar since it was directly aligned with the main topic of the congress and allowed participants to have and international perspective of education for entrepreneurship and witnessed how learning experience and exchange of experience at interregional level can have a positive influence in testing new methods and implementing new initiatives inspired by regional policies from Europe.

The morning session was preceded by a round table focusing on the role of private and public institutions in education for entrepreneurship and followed by a presentation of good practices at university level around the them of entrepreneurship education.

The seminar was also a big opportunity to showcase entrepreneurship education practices and also to explain how learning phase in Interreg Europe was used to transfer practices from one region to another. Our partners from Bari, Greece and the Netherlands also brought a very positive input and views to the session explaining the process in their region.