Research project’s title: Development Entrepreneurship competencies among Generation Alpha in primary and secondary schools

Funding: The project is co-financed by the Governments of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia through Visegrad Grants from International Visegrad Fund. The mission of the fund is to advance ideas for sustainable regional cooperation in Central Europe.

Implementation period: 01/10/2023–28/02/2025

Consortium Leader: University of Szczecin

Partners: Budapest University of Technology and Economics,

                 Tomas Bata University in Zlin,

                 Slovak Agricultural University in Nitra.

Project Budget: 57 135 Euro

Project leader: dr Andrei Tsimayeu

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The project aims to create an interactive online platform for entrepreneurship education in primary and lower secondary schools in the V4. The platform will enable school teachers to effectively develop entrepreneurship competencies and 21st-century skills among students by promoting cooperation and sharing the best international practices that are adapted to the national characteristics of V4.


The platform will enable teachers to analyze the needs and competencies of students in entrepreneurship and to quickly find and effectively use the best practices to integrate entrepreneurial education into the primary and lower secondary school curriculum. The platform will consist of two main components: 1. Practical recommendations and materials (including formal and non-formal education cases adapted for children) 2. Materials and methods for conducting a survey of students to assess their competencies, intentions, and needs in the field of entrepreneurship education. Through the platform, primary and lower secondary school teachers will be able to collaborate and utilize the best international practices in the field of entrepreneurship education, tailored to the national characteristics of the Visegrad Group countries, to more effectively develop entrepreneurial competencies among their students.