The Entrepreneurial Learning (EL) strategy aims to boost everyone’s confidence about entrepreneurial ventures in a way that will enable them to have a full and effective part in the future development of the economy and community. Entrepreneurship is a way of thinking and behaving, it is about identifying opportunities, assembling a team, gathering resources, being positive, being resilient, taking risk, and building for the future. Having the skills and aspirations to drive a successful economy that contains highly competitive and innovative businesses that generate good quality jobs and sustainable prosperity for all, is a high priority in every country. In practical terms, entrepreneurship can be applied in many different economic contexts such as social entrepreneurship, public sector entrepreneurship, intrapreneurship, entrepreneurship in the creative industries, and many other contexts. Most EU countries still do not have an entrepreneurial learning strategy, despite the many calls and evidence-based reports from the European Commission.
The entrepreneurial learning strategy will ensure systematic support from all stakeholders in a collaborative environment, which will include high level of awareness from all stakeholders (kids, parents, teachers, local community...). On the other side, through this strategic document and related action plan there will be clearer picture about required finances and financial resources that will be required in the next period of time implementing the strategy. Better teacher education and lifelong training with appropriate more flexible curriculum will additionally improve the overall entrepreneurial learning ecosystem in the country.