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.
New Year News from EEUK members
Teesside University – social enterprise start-up weekend
Following a successful collaborative bid from the North East's five HEIs to the UnLtd HEFCE SEE Change initiative, Global Entrepreneurship Week saw the first Social Enterprise Start-Up Weekend led by Teesside University. (pictured right)
November is always a busy month for enterprising students and educators. Global Entrepreneurship Week, that ran from the 17th to the 23rd, provided a focus for much of the activity that we highlight below.
This month we have news of enterprise and entrepreneurship education from seven of our member organisations. Read on to find out how they are working with their students, graduates and the business community.
EEUK Director wins Enterprise Educators award at House of Lords
Professor Andy Penaluna, a professor of Creative Entrepreneurship at the University of Wales, Trinity Saint David and a director of EEUK, has been recognised for his UK wide contribution to business and enterprise skills by scooping the Enterprise Educators Award at a prestigious awards event at the House of Lords on 23rd October.
Gower College Swansea, Queen's University Belfast and University of West London in the news
Gower College Swansea – Primary to Professional collects award from Westminster
The team behind an innovative Swansea project that helps kick-start the careers of budding entrepreneurs from primary schools, secondary schools, Further and Higher Education has collected an award from Westminster (see image). The Primary to Professional (P2P) project, which is led by Gower College Swansea in collaboration with Swansea Council,...