EMBEDDED ENTERPRISE AND ITS INSTITUTIONAL IMPACT

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EMBEDDED ENTERPRISE AND ITS INSTITUTIONAL IMPACT

Time: June 6, 2017 from 10am to 4pm
Location: University of Birmingham
Website or Map: http://www.enterprise.ac.uk/i…
Event Type: conference
Organized By: EEUK
Latest Activity: Mar 10, 2017

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Enterprise Exchange event

Embedded Enterprise and its Institutional Impact

Tuesday June 6th 2017, 10am (for 10.15 start) – 4pm

University of Birmingham, B15 2TT

**Call for contributions is open - see below**

Background and summary

EEUK Enterprise Exchange events are one day best practice style mini conferences where educators and practitioners come together to share and exchange good practice and expertise related to enterprise and entrepreneurship education.

The purpose of this event is:

  • to enable delegates to gain insight into models of practice of embedded enterprise education
  • to explore potential developments/challenges/solutions within their own institutions
  • to gain insight into how embedded enterprise can blend multiple strategic streams such as employability, civic engagement, student experience, course recruitment, course retention etc.
  • to consider how universities can reflect the diversity of experience in entrepreneurship, bearing in mind that research has shown (DCLG, 2013) that ethnic minority entrepreneurs face particular challenges in business start-up.

We will explore what embedded enterprise looks like pedagogically, how this can be developed and implemented and what the impact is at programme level and institutionally. There will be opportunities to gain direct insight from models in place at a range of universities.

Sessions and discussions will also enable delegates to explore methods of evidencing impact of embedded enterprise activity and to discuss whether university cultures are helping or hindering the facilitation of independent, self-motivated students, considering wider sector influences such as the introduction of the TEF. self-motivated students, considering wider sector influences such as the introduction of the TEF.

Call for contributions

There is a call for contributions open for this event – please click here for the details.

Cost to attend:

Staff from EEUK member organisations FREE, all other individuals - £125.

Registration will open soon.

This event has been organised by EEUK, the University of Birmingham and GSM London 

 

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