Durham University is committed to enterprise and entrepreneurship. Student enterprise activity is embedded within its Employability and Enterprise Strategy and delivered principally through the Careers, Employability and Enterprise Centre. The Careers Centre works closely with the student societies Entrepreneurs Durham and Durham Enactus, to provide a programme of extra-curricular enterprise support, kickstart funding, an annual enterprise challenge and a dedicated Start-up Academy. Students are provided with the opportunity and resources to discover and develop their enterprising talent and create their own entrepreneurial future.
Enterprise learning is embedded into our undergraduate and postgraduate level programmes and research, alongside excellent links to the local and national business support community.
Main Contact: Catherine Richardson, Head of the Careers, Employability and Enterprise Centre