The European Commission has recently stressed out the importance of entrepreneurial education to boost careers and increase start-ups, thus reducing unemployment in the EU. The Enter.Mode Project, that will last two years, aims at improving entrepreneurial skills among European citizens, focusing on Higher Education students. The project, funded by the European Union within the Erasmus+ program, aims to develop a novel model of internship that will be implemented by a working group of 14 international partners and then tested on a student pilot sample.

The kick-off meeting of the project was held in Naples in January 2019 and hosted by the Pegaso Telematic University (IT). The meeting provided the opportunity for all the project partners to meet and set the base for the following project phase.