Enterprise in teaching and learning

Enterprise and Entrepreneurial Education is supported through a collaboration between CEED and Education and Student Experience. We are dedicated to empowering all members of our university community towards nurturing their creative ideas and supporting them in sparking something new.

We work with staff, academics, and students across every academic school, professional services unit, degree pathway and stage of development. At the core of our work is embedding our entrepreneurial Graduate Attributes and an enterprising mindset in and beyond our curriculum. We invite staff to engage with our current range of initiatives and resources but we are also keen to work with you towards creating new opportunities for embedding entrepreneurship across a range of curricular, co-curricular, and extracurricular activities.

We are also keen to work with staff to create opportunities for experiential learning in our curriculum, whether through introducing entrepreneurial elements to current modules or designing bespoke capstone modules. Our support in these areas does not stop at providing funding; we are also happy to work with staff to understand their needs and to facilitate any training that can better support such endeavours. At the core of our student-facing work is the belief that enterprise is for everyone, and we work closely with student bodies to ensure that we are always listening to their needs and feedback.

Ongoing initiatives

  • Resources

    Case studies

    The following are case studies of enterprising education at the University: