We love our end of term photos of the 2016-17 MSc Enterprise cohort! Of course it is always that sunny in Leeds… 🙂 We’ve been publishing stories about their activities throughout the year but to bring everything together, here is a selection of some of our activities over the year: We finished 2016 with visits…
Dr Isla Kapasi, Assistant Professor in Enterprise for CEES, along with fellow researcher Professor Laura Galloway, Dean of the University (Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences) and Professor of Business and Enterprise at Heriot-Watt University, has been awarded £7,800 from the BA/Leverhulme Small Grant Fund. The title of the study is “Why the poor outcomes? An…
Dr Nick Williams, Associate Professor in Enterprise for CEES, along with his co-author Professor Tim Vorley at the University of Sheffield, has been awarded Best Overall Paper 2016 by the International Small Business Journal. The paper is titled “Between petty corruption and criminal extortion: How entrepreneurs in Bulgaria and Romania operate within a devil’s circle”…
Dr Richard Tunstall was invited to give a lecture at the School of Public Administration at the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing.
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.
MSc Enterprise students are introduced to real-life projects and are challenged to find solutions to problems or help develop current projects.
This exciting new project will provide a platform for students, staff and alumni to sell their products online without having to sacrifice high commission to large platforms such as Etsy, Amazon and Ebay.
Giving students the opportunity to work, for a year, on a business idea with the help and expertise of the Centre and SPARK.
On Friday 2nd December, students from the CEES MSc Enterprise programme were invited to end a busy first semester, get out into the city, and visit local enterprises in Leeds.
Dr Sarah Underwood has received a National Teaching Fellowship (NTF), one of the most prestigious awards for higher education teaching.