The European Entrepreneurship Education NETwork (EE-HUB) is a focal point for entrepreneurship education in Europe bringing together organizations and individuals from both the public and private sectors with strong records of accomplishment in entrepreneurship education at regional, national and European level. The EE-HUB is designed as the space where these stakeholders can work collectively to increase levels of entrepreneurial activities in schools across Europe.


The network of individual experts are committed to entrepreneurial learning and engaged with organisations or sister networks in the field and/or with national or regional governments. In addition, MEP Ambassadors endorse and promote recommendations of the EE-HUB through their policy work.


Through multiple channels, the experts in the EE-HUB will collect, analyse and recommend “best practice” from the field. In peer learning activities and meetings, they will reach out through their own networks as effective multipliers and forward these recommendations back to ministries, organisations and practitioners across Europe.

EE-HUB will generate at least 25 good practices across 5 work streams, have over 85 outreach activities and will aim to grow its membership over the 3 years. The network will be an advisory body to politicians and EU institutions in an effort to support the spread of good practice.


EE-HUB can be a new European Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning.

Download the EE-HUB Factsheet here.

The European Entrepreneurship Education NETwork is a 3 years project (2015 –2018) co-founded by the European Commission, Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME) under the COSME Programme. The consortium managing the EE-HUB is composed of 4 partners: JA Europe, EUROCHAMBRES, SEECEL, EUproVET. Cisco, EY, Intel, Microsoft, Visa, have joined as private sector partners.