Dr Richard Tunstall attended the China-UK Innovation and Enterprise Education Forum where he was invited to give a talk on the multi-award winning student enterprise and innovation offering at the University of Leeds.
Dr Nick Williams explores failure in entrepreneurship with the help of Tom Allchurch, Jonathan Straight, Steve Baker, Bradley Martin and Pete Mills, emphasising that it is not just about entrepreneurial success and failure can be a great learning curve.
Frankie Potter shares her experiences about studying Biotechnology with Enterprise.
Dr Sally Jones explores the language course descriptions and its relationship with gender.
Monday 14 November marks the first day of Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW); a week celebrating entrepreneurship all over the world with events ranging from networking to workshops and plenty of opportunities to learn and develop.
The MSc Enterprise students have completed their first challenge. Find out more in this post.
Last month the Centre for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Studies (CEES) hosted the fourth European Council of Small Business Entrepreneurship Education (3E) conference at the University of Leeds. A record 120 participants from across Europe, the US, Russia and Asia attended over the three days.
With over 5 million small businesses, is the UK becoming a nation of entrepreneurs and business owners? And if so, is this important?
Are the various disparate enterprise strands converging to make today the Golden Age of Enterprise? At first glance it is difficult to see the connection between enterprise in schools and the rapid increase in the number of small businesses.