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A felsőoktatási intézményeknek mind hazai, mind nemzetközi téren sok különböző érintetti csoport igényeinek kell megfelelniük. Ezek a különböző elvárások más-más társadalmi szerephez és felelősséghez kapcsolódnak. Írásunkban három ilyen kihívást emelünk ki, és mutatjuk be a rájuk adott domináns válaszokat. Egyrészt röviden bemutatjuk a vállalkozó egyetem koncepcióját, mint a gazdasági érték képzésének motorját. Másrészt a foglalkoztathatóság – egyéni értékteremtés – kérdéskörével kapcsolatban tárgyaljuk a képzéshez és fejlesztéshez kötődő kihívásokat és az ezekre adott válaszokat. Harmadrészt a társadalmi értékteremtés témáját érintve bemutatjuk a bevonással kapcsolatos törekvéseket, ezen belül is a nyitott tudomány megközelítését. Mindezek felvetik a kérdést, hogy milyen intézményi keret lenne a legalkalmasabb ilyen sokszínű célrendszer kezelésére. Véleményünk szerint – és különösen a hazai felsőoktatási intézmények számára – nemcsak a homogenitás, azaz a meglévő példák és formák átvétele és követése lehet a járható út, hanem a heterogenitásban rejlő lehetőségek kiaknázása, azaz a sajátosságok megkeresése, valamint az egyedi, a lokális környezetbe illeszkedő, de nemzetközileg is életképes modellek kialakítása.

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