NCGE and STEFG collaborate on entrepreneurship education

14 11 2007

A Memorandum of Understanding was concluded on 5 November 2007 between the National Council for Graduate Entrepreneurship (NCGE) and the Shanghai Technology Entrepreneurship Foundation for Graduates (STEFG). The signing ceremony formed a major component of the 2007 Shanghai Entrepreneurship Week.

The MoU has formalised the existing relationship between NCGE and STEFG, and both parties have agreed to collaborate in the areas of the development of Chinese entrepreneurship educators; the development of entrepreneurship education good practice in UK and China; and the development of a UK/China entrepreneurship fellows programme.  The collaboration will initially focus on the areas of entrepreneurship education training and an international exchange programme.

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