This event will focus on sharing best practice in embedding enterprise in creative arts courses, including empowering students to lead their own enterprise-related initiatives.
6 St. George's Circus
This Enterprise Exchange event will provide insights into how social enterprise and entrepreneurship are being addressed in Higher Education, whilst providing ‘real world’ examples from across the globe.
Enterprise Educators UK is delighted to announce the winners of the 2018 National Enterprise Educator Awards, celebrating the UK’s…Read More
British Council launches funding to develop the creative economy through HE sector in the UK and Central Asia, South Caucasus…Read More
New national fellowship launched to reward the pioneering work of enterprise educators. Enterprise Educators UK (EEUK) have today (5th September)…Read More
Loughborough University: Launch of new Start-up Lab This autumn sees the launch of a brand new focal point at Loughborough…Read More
UEL: Finals of E-Factor Business Ideas Competition E-Factor is the University of East London’s Flagship business ideas competition. Now in…Read More
Recent policy papers and guidance documentation on enterprise education in the UK (for example QAA Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Education guidance…Read More
5th June 2018, LONDON Lord Karan Bilimoria CBE DL has been announced as the new Patron of Enterprise Educators UK…Read More
On the 9th and 10th April, the top 32 Enactus teams from across the UK competed in the Enactus UK…Read More
London universities join together for unique collaboration 9 London university enterprise teams have joined together for the first ‘London Venture…Read More
Cardiff Met.: Entrepreneurs receive support for accelerated growth Two entrepreneurs from Cardiff Metropolitan University are to receive support from the…Read More
When universities foster a culture of enterprise and entrepreneurship.Read More
With Sara Pates (University of Sheffield and EEUK Director) as a key speaker, it was always clear that EEUK members…Read More
The bullet train, laptops, the calculator – just some of the world-changing innovations to come out of Japan, not to…Read More