Within the FII and, more broadly, the UAIC, entrepreneurship is encouraged, stimulated, developed and even rewarded through numerous activities – starting with events such as meetings and debates, conferences, workshops and continuing with projects dedicated entirely or partly to entrepreneurship and courses. specially developed. All these activities are possible thanks to the affiliations, partnerships and collaborations we have. All of these are summarized below.
is a project co-financed by the Human Capital Operational Program 2014-2020, Priority Axis 6: Education and Skills, Component 1: Innotech Student. The beneficiary of the project is the “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iași The general objective of the project is to develop legal and entrepreneurial skills for 350 students from the “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iași (UAIC) and to encourage the establishment and development of small and medium enterprises. in the economic sectors with competitive potential, identified according to the National Strategy for Competitiveness (SNC) or in the fields of smart specialization, according to the National Strategy for Research, Development and Innovation (SNCDI).
Founded in 2011, Startup Europe's mission is to support the digital single market by building a healthy ecosystem that allows startups across the EU to expand their business. Through its projects, this European Commission initiative directly supports around 60 local ecosystems, encourages the creation and growth of startups, and connects startups, investors and universities. To help build a strong European ecosystem, where startups can thrive, Startup Europe supports 7 projects, funded under Horizon 2020, that connect local ecosystems across Europe.
SERN is a network of regions dedicated to expanding support for startups. Founded in 2015, and initially focused on ICT start-ups, it has recently expanded its scope to all startups.
Innovation Labs is a project launched in 2017, which takes place annually and invites young professionals to explore the potential of cutting-edge technologies to solve real problems for real people - by developing a Minimum Viable Product (MVP). The program partners open up an arena for participants to experiment with dedicated IT&C solutions and future infrastructures.
This is a joint project of the Romanian-American Foundation and the Junior Achievements Romania association, since 2016, being implemented by the Faculty of Informatics and the Faculty of Business Administration.
This is an Erasmus KA2 project and is being implemented by the Faculty of Informatics and the Faculty of Business Administration since 2017.