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NCNC Thursday May 22th time 1215 – 1340 Day 2 - Session no 3. Entrepreneurship – how can we help our students start their own companies?. Studenters about being an entrepreneur 50% DREAMS ABOUT STARTING UP. A lot of work To little cash to live on for a long period

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NCNCThursday May 22th time 1215 – 1340Day 2 - Session no 3


– how can we help our students start their own companies?

Studenters aboutbeing an entrepreneur50% DREAMS ABOUT STARTING UP

  • A lot of work

  • To little cash to live on for a longperiod

  • Uncertanfuture

  • Difficult to live on just stocks

  • Norway is not USA

  • Therearenorwegianexamples:

    Røkke, Opera, FAST, Bridstep, Trolltech, Yess

    Most norwegian students apply for a job….

Norwegian Governmental Action Plan Entrepreneurship in Education and Training

from compulsoryschool to highereducation 2009 – 2014


Ministry of Education and Research

Ministry of LocalGovernment and Regional Development

Ministry of Trade and Industry

MinistryofEducation and Research

MinistryofLocalGovernment and Regional Development

Ministryof Trade and Industry

  • The 2009 -2014 Plan of Action on Entrepreneurship in Education:

  • To build on what’s been done so far

  • More focus on higher education

  • Need to start early and to implement Entrepreneurship education on a broad basis

  • Increase quality and quantity

Entrepreneurship in education and training

  • Personal qualities

  • Initiative

  • Creativity

  • Ability and willingness to take risks

  • Confidence

  • Ability to cooperate

  • Ability to work in teams and social skills

Learning other subjects and basic skills through the use of entrepreneurial methods

Gaining knowledge and skills of business development and innovation processes

Entrepreneurship competence is important for both future entrepreneurs and future employees - for all students!


To see opportunities and make them work

National qualificationsframework for highereducation

  • This makes it clearwhichlearningoutcomesthecandidatesare to have attainedoncompletetion of variouslevels( bachelor, master and PhD) specifiedaccording to knowledge, skills and general qualifications, and it statesthathighereducation is to provide

    qualificiations in innovation and entrepreneurship.…implemented by 2012

Initiative and support - national and regional

  • Norwegian Government

  • Innovation Norway


  • Regional Communities and Regional Acitivities

  • HigherEducation in our region

    • Oslo University

    • BI

    • NMBU

    • Oslo and AkerhusUniversity College

  • Students initiative

Whatsnew and what is different


Entrepreneurship – how can we help our students start their own companies?

  • Meet a teacher who became an entrepreneur,

  • Hear about ASTEE a fresh and newly developed assessment tool

  • Meet the Aaltoes.

  • Join the discussing on how to deliver the best practice in advising entrepreneurial students on their pathway to become entrepreneurs

My personal pathway from teacher to entrepreneur, general manager and producer

  • Steinar Aas, general manager Asio and producer of Enki, a game-based learning resource for middle school


ASTEE – assessment tools and indicators for entrepreneurship education

  • KåreMobergDanish Foundation for Entrepreneurship – Young Enterprise


A finnish success storyAaltoes, the Start up Sauna, Start up life and Slush -

Activities with a mission to inspire and activate students to develop their ideas.

Kasper Suomalainen, Aaltoes

Discussion and questions

National: FORNY programme

Innovation Norway

Innovation Norway promotes nationwide industrial development profitable to both the business economy and Norways national economy, and helps release the potential of different districts and regions by contributing towards innovation, internationalisation and promotion.

The new state owned company employs more than 700 people. Innovation Norway has offices in all the Norwegian counties and in more than 30 countries world wide. The head office is located in Oslo.

Support in theOslo region

Oslo Business Region

Startup Norway


International incubators

Private and publicinitiative


Welcome to Oslo StartUp Etablererdag 26. mai i Forskningsparken

Oslo and Akershus University College HiOA

  • Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences (HiOA) is Norway's largest state university college, with a student body of 16 000 students and

    1 850 employees

  • HiOA offers a unique range of professional programmes that qualify students for professions that will contribute to future welfare and value creation

Oslo and Akershus University College HiOA

HiOA will create value for individuals and contribute to knowledge development in society as a whole.

We will contribute to future welfare and value creation by educating practitioners with high levels of professional ability and high-impact skill sets, and facilitate lifelong learning by providing continuing and further education. We will develop relevant knowledge by researching problems within and between the professions and by developing new products and services.

JA-YE Norway, Oslo

  • A member of JA-YE Norway.

  • One of 19 regional Offices in Norway.

  • Have our own board and our own finance.

The JA-YE graduate program

  • Gives post-secondary students the opportunity to experience the exhilaration of running their own company.

  • Gives an insight into how their talents could be used to set up in business for themselves.

  • Graduate Program students gain real experience of the world of business: creating and researching a business plan, taking responsibility and being accountable to their shareholders for the running of the company.

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