- Improve the prospects of graduates from Arts and Humanities subjects.
- Reduce the gap between skills offered by University curricula and those required for enterprise and employment.
- Develop a framework to increase the capacity of businesses to better mentor and nurture innovative creative thinkers within their organizations (graduate employees and existing staff).
- Through collaboration between academic and business partners, develop an innovative model for the creation of a new European network of enterprise Hubs to best encourage the development of entrepreneurial skills and attitudes by arts and humanities students.
- Through focused research and engagement between Universities and businesses, AHEH will reduce the gap between the skills offered by curricula and those required by the market.
- AHEH will collaboratively develop approaches towards increasing the capacity of businesses to mentor and harness the wide-ranging skill-sets of arts and humanities graduate employees to enhance and sustain creative innovation within their organization.
- A sustainable platform for knowledge exchange between academic and business partners to facilitate the further development of the Hubs.
- Businesses will access potential employees and innovative creative ideas, enabling cross-fertilization with their sector. They will shape the development of the program benefiting from work-ready graduates.
- The Hubs will be embedded within the Faculties to inform how enterprise should best be delivered within the curricula of arts and humanities subjects.
- University staff (academics, researchers, management) will develop knowledge through collaboration with partners to better understand the contextual enterprise needs of both students and business.
- Through the Hubs, students will be able to investigate ways to develop and apply transferable skills in a variety of contexts to better prepare them for work (self-employed or employed).