The Centre for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Studies discovery modules are designed to help you to enhance many of the non-subject specific, transferable skills that top employers are seeking in graduates.
For Module Enrolment information, dates and deadlines, visit the Module Enrolment webpage.
Discovery modules 2022/23
LUBS1001 – Introduction to Enterprise and Entrepreneurship
LUBS1010 – Understanding Social Enterprise
LUBS1890 – Starting Your Own Business
LUBS2028 – Leading and Managing Small Businesses
LUBS2045 – Entrepreneurship in Theory and Practice
LUBS2065 – Managing Innovation in Business
LUBS2080 – New Enterprise Planning
LUBS3306 – Critical Perspectives in Enterprise and Entrepreneurship
LUBS3013 – Enterprise Consultancy
For full information please visit the University’s Programme Catalogue and the Discovery Modules Page.
The Leeds for Life website gives you some examples of which skills can be developed through the Centre for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Studies modules and other activities.
At a time when competition for jobs is intense, developing such skills is one way to gain an advantage in the employment market. Think about your existing skills, strengths and weaknesses, and then select a module that will not only complement your existing skills portfolio, but will also set you an interesting and enjoyable challenge.
“The essence of the entrepreneur is enterprise but enterprise is not restricted to entrepreneurs” (Johnson, 1988)