The CASE Knowledge Platform supports you
to acquire competencies for sustainability-driven entrepreneurship. Find inspiring good practices and tools for collaboration between universities and partners from business and civil society.
The CASE Knowledge Platform is built on
research about competencies for sustainability-driven entrepreneurship and methods how to achieve them in higher education.
The CASE Knowledge Platform portrays
illustrative project examples on successful learning experiences among students, practitioners and university teachers.
The CASE Knowledge Platform provides
tools for collaboration between universities and partners from business and civil society in order to develop competencies for transformation towards sustainability.
The CASE Knowledge Platform guides you
Through implementing cooperative learning formats such as service learning. Find practical information and advice on challenges and success factors.
Why to cooperate?
Well-prepared cooperation projects lead to excellent results and win-win-win outcomes.
The combination of the ways of thinking of 4 universities – teachers and students – in the struggle for solutions to current problems makes the particular appeal and success of this teaching event.
BOKU Vienna, Head Center for Global Change and Sustainability, Austria
It was very inspiring to see that there are companies, which deeply implement the three dimensions of sustainability into their strategic agenda.
Developer Göteborgs Stad, Graduade Joint Master Program in Creative Sustainability, Sweden
To create a more just, peaceful, and more sustainable world, we all need more knowledge, competences and connecting values, as well as a stronger awareness of the need for such a change.
BMWFW, Coordination and Strategy Education for Sustainable Development, Austria
How to cooperate?
With enthusiasm, knowledge, inspiration and tools we are happy to share with you.
Developing Sustainability-driven Entrepreneurship Education
Educating future entrepreneurs shall not only be based on acquiring knowledge but competencies. That is why, apart from tools for cooperation, we encourage a deeper understanding of the following research results.
Learn more about the identified set of
key competencies students should achieve.
Didactical principles that describe on a meta-level how learning should be facilitated
Get insights into the piloting process of higher education
courses to achieve the competencies.
Find the outline of an international joint master
program “Sustainability-driven entrepreneurship”.
Read publications about the
philosophy behind the development process together with other academic resources.