The students should learn how to run a junior company, what they need for setting up such a company, how to run, ditribute tasks, what taxes to pay - in short to learn how a real company works. Secondly, students should learn business English to level B2 to be able to master job interviews, develop negotiating skills, read business contracts and be fit for international trade. They should also be able to present a product or a business idea. Digital skills should enable them to know about and access learning platforms, develop simple advertising products like leaflets and videos, and should be able to master pertinent digital tools on a higher level than is regularly taught at school. Transcultural competence should enable them not only to know about other cultures and tolerate them but to react in an appropriate way in situations that demand sensitive behaviour. This also includes training in business behaviour and a knowledge about countries that take part in the project.