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Published on October 23, 2017
This report presents evidence-based analysis on Ireland’s higher education transformation process towards an innovative, interconnected and multidisciplinary entrepreneurial system, designed to empower its students and staff to demonstrate enterprise, innovation and creativity in teaching, research and societal engagement. Using the OECD-European Commission HEInnovate guidance for the entrepreneurial and innovative higher education institution, the report assesses strategies and practices for entrepreneurship and innovation in Ireland’s higher education institutions and the systemic support provided by government.
Higher education institutions play a critical role in Ireland’s economy and innovation system, which is based on a strong and growing engagement agenda with industry and local communities, the emergence of new learning environments and strong multidisciplinary research teams. This report offers practical recommendations on how Ireland can enhance and sustain the outcomes.
|Preface by Mary Mitchell O'Connor and John Halligan|
|Preface by Mari Kiviniemi and Martine Reicherts|
|Overview of the Irish higher education system|
|Applying HEInnovate to higher education in Ireland|
|Enhancing the organisational capacity of Ireland's higher education institutions|
|Building entrepreneurial capacity through teaching and learning|
|Enhancing the impact of Ireland's higher education institutions|
|HEInnovate framework and good practice statements|
On 23 October 2017, the OECD-EC report on Supporting Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Higher Education in Ireland was launched in Dublin in presence of Mary Mitchell O’Connor, Irish Minister of State for Higher Education, Mari Kiviniemi, OECD's Deputy Secretary-General and Antoaneta Angelova-Krasteva, Director for Innovation, International Cooperation and Sport Directorate-General for Education an Culture of the European Commission.
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