The large-scale issue that the project addresses is growing youth unemployment and young people’s sense of disconnection from society. Latest figures show the youth unemployment ratio rose from 15.1% in 2019 to 16.8% in 2020 (Eurostat) and integration into the labour market will be increasingly challenging for many young people given the complex economic and political situations of today’s world. As a result, young people risk losing faith in their future as “growing alienation and frustration are amplified by the prospects of an insecure future and increased mistrust in public institutions.” (Pantea, Diroescu, & Podlasek-Ziegler, 2014). Against this backdrop, there is an urgent need to better equip young people with the transversal skills they need to flourish and be resilient in a fast changing world. Entrepreneurial competences have the potential to achieve this.