This LTT took place in Portugal, with teachers and students from all partner countries except Poland joining on the first day due to an unexpected flight situation. For the first two days, related documents were sent to the Polish participants to implement in their school, while they followed the live events on social media platforms. Once they arrived, extra working time was added for them to implement their part. Local administrative staff, teachers, and students also joined the mobility. The topic of this LTT was “Digitalization and Entrepreneurial Skills.”

Here is a breakdown of the activities that took place:

Day 1:

  • Students and teachers participated in an ice-breaking activity called Human Bingo.
  • A presentation was given about future jobs and digital transformation.
  • Official greetings were exchanged at the City Hall.
  • A workshop was held at a chocolate factory.

Day 2:

  • A lecture was given by a local entrepreneur.
  • Participants developed entrepreneurial skills through an activity called “I am the boss,” where they scratched a new company, came up with a brand name, logo, purpose, possible products, and slogan.
  • A city exploration activity called Goosechase was conducted in Évora.

Day 3:

  • Participants went on a tour around Lisbon Downtown.
  • They visited LxFactory, interviewed an entrepreneur, and recorded their findings.

Day 4:

  • Participants visited the Science and Technology center called “Maden Parque.”
  • They also visited Caparica.

Day 5:

  • A workshop on digital fabrication was conducted, where participants made keychains at Oficinas do Convento.
  • Each student presented their company from the “I am the boss” activity.
  • There was an evaluation of the project and a meeting.
  • A convivial dinner and European fair were held in the school with teachers and students.


  • Group study skills were improved, and participants gained a better understanding of social, ethnic, linguistic, and cultural diversity.
  • Participants gained information about the skills required in the digital age through future job trends and digital transformation.
  • Digital skills were increased.
  • Participants became aware of the common and different job trends in different countries and opportunities abroad.
  • Participants gained information about designing an enterprise digitally, improving their entrepreneurial skills.
  • Participants observed and gained information about educational institutions in the hosting country.