The Entrepreneurial Skills Pass aims at assessing, validating and certifying students’ theoretical and factual knowledge as well as their cognitive and practical skills about the most important basic business issues and concepts. Participating students take part in a practical experience, assess their entrepreneurial competences and then certify their business knowledge and skills.
The ESP Syllabus is available HERE.
The final exam is focused on four main categories that describe the main areas of knowledge students should have acquired during their entrepreneurial experience:
Each category is composed of a set of topics that are defined in terms of learning outcomes with a statement describing what a learner should know, understand and/or be able to do on completion of the learning process.
Each learning outcome is further described alongside the didactic objectives, which provide the detail about what the student is expected to learn, know and understand for each topic.