Start:  01.11.2017

   Einde:  31.10.2019

Recent male graduates in the EU were more likely to find work than their female counterparts. Some of these gender differences can be explained by the nature of the studies (fields) generally followed by the two sexes (for example, a greater proportion of science and technology students tend to be men) and by differences in the demand for graduates In the labor market. with different skills (EUROSTAT, 2015)

Hillary wants to develop an innovative business learning model to encourage female entrepreneurship and gender-friendly initiatives by university students attending universities in the humanities and arts, education and social sciences.

The project aims to demonstrate the appropriate business skills and raise awareness about social entrepreneurship and self-employment as a possible professional option.

Finally, the project wants to reduce the unemployment rate of newly graduated students attending non-STEM universities and, in particular, wants to increase the rate of female self-employment and social entrepreneurship initiatives, especially in the countries most affected by the crisis economic and that have a high rate of female unemployment and a low rate of female self-employment such as Spain, Italy, Romania.


  • Universidad de Valladolid Eurocrea Merchant SRL Stichting Business Development Friesland Vilniaus Kolegija University of Greenwich European Centre for Women and Technology (ECWT) Forening