The Consortium

The YETI project unites 7 partners from universities, businesses, start-ups and networks from 7 EU Member States. Their experience and expertise provide an ideal foundation to achieve the project’s objectives.

Technical University of Ostrava (Czech Republic)

The project is led and coordinated by the Technical University of Ostrava (VSB-TUO), a public institution of higher education which provides tertiary education in technical and economic sciences, with a long tradition in high-quality engineering. VSB-TUO, based in the Moravian-Silesian Region of the Czech Republic, leads the development of the Personal Entrepreneurial Canvas Model (IO3) and assists in the creation of all other IOs.

Univations GmbH (Germany)

Univations GmbH Institute for Knowledge and Technology Transfer is a German-based company established in 2006 with a purpose of spurring regional development. Univations leads the establishment of the YETI Conceptual Screening Report (IO2). The institute will also be involved in the development of all other project outputs, the intensity of its contribution being determined by inherent topic focus and aligned tasks.

University of Szeged (Hungary)

The University of Szeged (SZTE) is one of the most prestigious research universities in Hungary, scoring a high place in all the international rankings. SZTE takes on a unique role within YETI, being the only institution that unifies capacities of the EE and the ITE expert side in-house. This feature is also responsible for the high amount of staff days allocated to SZTE for YETI output realisation. As such, SZTE will substantially contribute to the creation of all IOs.

The University Industry Innovation Network (UIIN) (The Netherlands)

University Industry Innovation Network (UIIN) (the Netherlands) is a vibrant network of academics, practitioners and business professionals passionate about advancing University-industry interaction, entrepreneurial universities and collaborative innovation. UIIN will lead the creation of the YETI Intervention Showcase Collection (IO6) and will be involved in the development of all other project IOs.

The University College of Teacher Education Tyrol (Austria)

The University College of Teacher Education Tyrol (PHT) offers courses leading to a Bachelor and Master Degree in Education and teaching qualifications. The PHT has been involved in numerous EU projects on a range of themes ranging from research, Short term Mobility and Mentoring to Citizenship Education, Leadership and Language Learning. PHT will lead the development of the School Transfer Strategy Handbook (IO4) and it will also be involved in the development of all other IOs.

University of Bielsko-Biala (Poland)

The University of Bielsko-Biala (UBB) is a strategic HEI for the Polish region of Podbeskidzie (South Poland) as it is the only university in its area. The UBB enjoys of a rapidly-growing international netwrok nad it is open to new ideas and opportunities to improve modern educational tools. Supported by other partners, UBB will lead the creation of YETI Teacher Pathway Report (IO1) and it will will team up with VSB-TUO to form a cross-border but regional tandem that secures an efficient implementation of YETI activities.

Bantani Education (Belgium)

Bantani Education ASBL is a Belgian non-profit association working collaboratively to drive entrepreneurial and creative learning in Europe and beyond. Bantani brings together extensive policy and practical experience working with policymakers, educators, community and the private sector to embed high quality entrepreneurial and creative learning practice and policy into formal and non-formal learning. Bantani will lead the development of the YETI Entrepreneurial Education Hub (IO5) and will team up with PHT to form an inter-regional tandem that safeguards an efficient implementation of YETI.