Maite Zelaia, UPV/EHU Vice-chancellor of Students, Employment and Social Responsibility, and Lara García de Vinuesa manager of the Bankinter Foundation for Innovation, this week brought to a close the third edition of the Academy 360º Innovation Course, organised jointly by the University of the Basque Country-Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea and the Bankinter Foundation for Innovation, and with the participation of Euskampus Fundazioa.
During the closing day, four groups of students presented their projects before a panel of entrepreneurs from various fields, and were later awarded their diplomas for having passed the course.
The course programme focussed on developing creative thought and resolving problems with innovative solutions that add value.
The sessions covered aspects related to entrepreneurship, innovation in the public and private sectors, methodologies, motivation, practical sessions, brainstorming, teamworking and training in the presentation of projects and proposals of value under the advice of experts.
The “360º Innovation Course”, based on an innovative education method and generated by top international experts, took place simultaneously in the main Spanish universities.