Enterprise Educators UK is the national network for enterprise educators. Our purpose is simple - to support our members to increase the scale, scope and effectiveness of enterprise and entrepreneurship teaching within their institutions.
Inspiring Enterprise Week at Cardiff University
Inspiring Enterprise Week at Cardiff University kicked off to a great start with the Spring Market which saw entrepreneurial students testing their trade by booking out market stalls in the Student’s Union. Students sold their baked goods, unique artwork and various other hand-made crafts. The market itself was buzzing and the buzz carried on throughout the week.
Young high-flyers excel in national student business contest at Lancaster University
Some of the country’s top young talent have competed in the UK’s leading student business competition at Lancaster University.
Teams from twelve universities from across the UK visited Lancaster to compete head to head in the prestigious FLUX competition. Their challenge - specifically designed to test business and commercial skills - was set by international construction and engineering group Costain.
New report calls for better integration of entrepreneur skills at all levels of education
The All-Party Group for Micro Businesses has launched its Fifth Report since it was established in 2010. Entitled An Education System Fit for an Entrepreneur, it recognises the key role entrepreneurs play in the drive for growth, and looks at the effectiveness of our education system in supporting our entrepreneurs – from the age of 4 to 44 and beyond.
Enterprise Educators UK (EEUK) have just published their first ever annual report. EEUK was launched in 2001 (as UKSEC) and has always had a strong following from educators with a passion for enterprise and entrepreneurship education.
Enterprise Educators' Achievements recognised by EEUK
The Directors of Enterprise Educators UK (EEUK) have awarded Fellowships to five eminent enterprise educators. Dr Julie Holland, Chris Hall, Dr Simon Brown, Brian Clements and Dr Kelly Smith were awarded this prestigious title in recognition of their major contribution to EEUK in support of enterprise education in the UK.