Monthly Archives: July 2018

Re-Fabricate: A Case Study

We are delighted to present an entrepreneurial case study from our colleagues at Hereford College of Art. A new, entrepreneurial project at has been piloted at Hereford College of Arts (HCA) as a second iteration of The Scholarship Project’s ‘Scholarly Spaces’initiative at the college. The ‘Re-fabricate’ projectis learning, teaching and research based, and ran from […]

Lean LaunchPad methodology at the Link Campus University StartUp School

Link Campus University, partner of the AHEH alliance, presents new initiatives to support students, entrepreneursand startuppers The evolution of the labour market is running fast and workers need to be involved in continuous learning to improve their professional skills and face off new challenges. While technical skills required by a market increasingly influenced by digitalisation […]

How do you measure creativity?

Today we are happy to share with you an article written by Rebecca Weicht, Head of Operations at Bantani Education, published by the University-Industry Innovation Magazine. The University-Industry Innovation Magazine (UIIM) aims to keep its readers informed about activities and cases in the area of university-industry interaction highlighting inspiring and interesting stories from different stakeholders […]

The network of AHEH is growing!

We are happy to welcome on board A.M.I. Aide aux Musiques Innovatrices as the first associated partner of our network – AMI operates in the field of culture and economy. AMI’s project is based on accompanying and structuring innovative initiatives in music and their associated jobs. Founded in 1985 to implement the emblematic MIMI Festival, […]