The SEA-EU DOC project, in collaboration with the Chair for Entrepreneurs (UCA emprende), has organized an intensive 5-day course on entrepreneurship skills (“Entrepreneurship Skills”), aimed at doctoral students from SEA EU partner universities (from Gdańsk, Kiel, Malta, Split, Cádiz and Brest) with the same consortium in both projects in the first stage of the SEA EU project.
The course was inaugurated on the Cádiz Campus on April 17, with the opening ceremony by the Delegate of the Rector for the European University of the Seas (SEA EU and its continuation SEA EU2.0 – Fidel Echevarría), the Director/ a General 3e: Entrepreneurship, Business and Graduates (José Manuel Sánchez) and the Director of the Secretariat for International Projects and Networks (Javier Izquierdo), and will last until April 21.
43 doctoral students and 7 speakers from the partner universities of the SEA-EU DOC project participate in it. The first day there was a guided visit to the Salinas de Chiclana Environmental Resource Center and lunch, where the coordinator of the SEA-EU DOC project at the University of Cádiz, Dr. Irene Laiz, welcomed the students.
The course has been very well received by all the participants, who will be immersed in this training throughout the week. In the program of this past Monday, April 17, there was the participation of various and interesting presentations such as that of Ginés Haro, founder of the company El Club de los Raros, which is the first solidary and circular second-hand online bookstore in Spain, with her presentation: “New Paradigms in Entrepreneurship and Innovation”, as well as the participation of the speaker in the afternoon session, Ivana Bilic, from the Croatian University of Split with her presentation “Entrepreneurial Skills (empathy)”.