At the end of the four-year program, by successfully obtaining 240 ECTS credits, The Entrepreneurship Academy students will receive a diploma and the Bachelor of Business Administration in Entrepreneurship. The diploma is issued by Stichting Schoolvision, accredited in the Netherlands, and recognised internationally. The diploma is issued based on the programme that is run and accredited in the Netherlands, by NVAO, equivalent to the Romanian ARACIS.
The accreditation requires the students to start and finish university years in Netherland. They will spend the first six weeks of the university in Netherland, at the beginning of the first year. For the last semester of the four years, students will be registered as students at Team Academy Amsterdam, in the Netherlands, where the final thesis will be presented. The programme is accredited in the Netherlands, by NVAO, equivalent to the Romanian ARACIS. This is a link to the NVAO site, detailing the programme accreditation: Click here
This is the link to the NVAO site, detailing the accreditation of Stichting Schoolvision itself: Click here
The entire program is based on the ECTS system; the degree has a total of 240 ECTS. This allows students from EU-countries to go abroad and apply for a next program with a degree that will be universally accepted all throughout the European Union. Please note that some universities might have their own specific policies on with what degree one can enter their Master programs.
For more information on the ECTS system, please see this website of the European Union: Click here
In Romania, EA – The Entrepreneurship Academy program is offered by Fundatia Entreprenation, details can be found at Registry of Foundations and Associations.
In Netherland, a similar program that Stichting Schoolvision runs under the same Accreditation is called Team Academy.
The program that runs both in The Netherland (Team Academy) and Romania (EA – The Entrepreneurship Academy) is based on the Tiimiakatemia philosophy developed in Finland by Johannes Partanen More than 20 years ago.