The Master in Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation (MEINS) contributes in terms of teaching, research, and transfer of knowledge to society in the field of social entrepreneurship. Teaching, through the different modules of the master's degree; research, through the TFMs (and possible doctoral theses derived from the TFMs); transfer of knowledge, based on external internships and the projects developed there. Specifically:
1. To promote and develop activities related to entrepreneurship and social innovation.
2. To stimulate the two-way transfer of entrepreneurship and social innovation from the university to society, and from society to the university, in a participative, inclusive and diverse context.
3. Awareness of society in general, and students in particular, about entrepreneurship and social innovation.
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