The main objective of the Jean Monnet Module – Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurial Activity in the European Union/EU4ACT (undergraduate) is to promote EU studies through the multidisciplinary context of entrepreneurship.This is a new core module and it will start running in September 2020 for serving the above objective at the recently created (2019) Department of Management Science and Technology and it will be also offered at the well-established Department of Economics. The objective will be achieved through summative, practice-based projects that will engage approximately 150 students from both departments. Students’ projects will address the real needs of European Small and Medium Enterprises that make up the bedrock of the European economy. The EU4ACT module has the potential of being a vehicle for the promotion of EU studies as it covers a broad range of relevant areas such as: (1) advancing knowledge and an increased awareness of how entrepreneurship manifests itself within Europe, (2) embedding EU-oriented context practice-based projects in the curriculum (for example, how an SME can take advantage of EU funding initiatives supporting SMEs) (3) fostering self-employment of EU students and (4) creating synergies with universities and enterprises regarding EU subjects. The EU4ACT includes new innovative teaching approaches (practice-based projects), 70 hours of teaching per year (45 hours core teaching and 25 hours summer school), Personal Reflective Journals, students’ booklets with the practice-based projects, Jean Monnet Module website with various resources, 3 policy briefs, 3 roundtables, 3 workshops and research activities.