Widen the scope of enterprise and entrepreneurship programmes

11 12 2007

Universities need to continue to improve their provision and scope of enterprise and entrepreneurship programmes if they are to compete in the global education arena, says Professor Paul Hannon of the National Council for Graduate Entrepreneurship (NCGE).  Speaking this week at the World Universities Network workshop at the University of Leeds, Prof Hannon notes that around two thirds of programmes are run through business schools and says that universities need to address this imbalance by assuming a campus-wide approach and supporting other faculties to develop and embed their own activities.  Ths is the second of three international WUN workshops held during 2007-08, with the aim of identifying and exploring issues surrounding the development of ‘global entrepreneurs’.

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