Enterprise Educators UK is the national network for enterprise educators. Our purpose is simple - to support our members to increase the scale, scope and effectiveness of enterprise and entrepreneurship teaching within their institutions.
Latest News from Enterprise Educators UK
We have just published our latest newsletter that includes:
- Awards for Enactus UK University Advisers from Nottingham and Plymouth;
- Our Chair's reflections on herding entrepreneurial cats;
- Deadline for the National Enterprise Educator Awards;
- IEEC2013 news of keynotes;
- Forthcoming events.
EEUK responds to the Witty review of universities and growth
The UK Government has recently commissioned Sir Andrew Witty to lead a review to explore how universities can work with Local Enterprise Partnerships and other local organisations to support growth. Sir Andrew is CEO of GlaxoSmithKline and Chancellor of the University of Nottingham. He is also the lead non-executive director at the Department for Business Innovation and Skills.
A consultation is open...
Since IEEC2012 the Mashhop team (lead by Matthew Draycott, University of East Anglia and EEUK board member, working with Frances Brown of Coventry University) has been working on a project to develop a space for educators to experiment with delivering enterprise education via a flipped classroom scenario. A ‘flipped’ classroom is a way of teaching that gives the students the ‘lectures’...
EEUK and NCEE announce the 2012 winners of the National Enterprise Educator Awards
The UK’s top enterprise educators were announced on Plymouth Hoe at the 4th annual National Enterprise Educator Awards hosted by Plymouth University. The ceremony brought together educators showcasing their excellence in enterprise and entrepreneurship in Further or Higher Education as part of the International Entrepreneurship Educators Conference (IEEC) Gala Dinner on the 13th September.