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Take a fresh and innovative look at developing enterprise education and entrepreneurship
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An enterprising curriculum provides opportunities for students to become confident and creative problem-solvers, apply their academic knowledge to real-world challenges, and build the resilience to manage limited resources under uncertainty. This translates into a richer learning experience and a boost to the students’ confidence and employability. Brookes Enterprise Support can help you deliver these training opportunities directly to your students.
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Enterprise Education is extremely important to Oxford Brookes University. We want to make sure that every student has an opportunity to develop their enterprise and entrepreneurial competencies, and we know the best way to do this is through the curriculum. Introducing Evolve Grant (formerly the Access Enterprise Grant (AEG)) as part of the new Enterprise Education Learning Community, powered by Brookes Enterprise Support in partnership with OCSLD. Receive support and funding to develop your project, share progress, test out ideas, and collaborate!
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Whether your business is a half-formed idea or a fully-fledged venture, we offer plenty of funding opportunities to support you.
Our funding is available to Oxford Brookes University and partner colleges staff and includes finance, business mentoring, & co-working spaces to give you the expertise and the environment your venture needs to succeed.
Join us on 22 January 2021, from 09.30 – 15.30 for a free half-day of workshops, talks, and cross-disciplinary discussion on inclusive curriculum design for enterprise and entrepreneurship education. You will explore different ways to develop enterprising skills amongst students and graduates to close the opportunity gap in their future professional pathways. Take a fresh and innovative look at developing enterprise education and entrepreneurship!
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More than 300 delegates from as far away as Russia, China, and Australia recently travelled to Oxford Brookes University for the 14th International Enterprise Educators Conference. The aim of this leading, annual global forum is for enterprise and entrepreneurship educators and practitioners to share knowledge, ideas, and expertise, and learn new approaches to better maximize their impact.
Navigate a large range of digital enterprise in the curriculum resources that we think can benefit you to introduce entrepreneurship skills in your teaching.
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The BRIDGE programme is aimed at researchers from any discipline with little or no business experience providing an integrated approach to enterprise, entrepreneurship, and innovation as part of the researchers’ broader development. Furthermore, the programme hopes to develop a community where cross-faculty research collaboration and knowledge exchange can take place and encourage researchers to work together across different departments and faculties.
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David is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Arts. With a background in science and engineering as well as professional music, his pedagogical research interests are in the application of subject-specific theory in the real world. Davis led two projects with the evolve grant called "Widening Graduate Employment Options Via Music Industry Tradeshows" & "BrookesFest Music Production"
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Enterprise Everywhere is an inclusive community platform that brings together like-minded educators and practitioners from across the University to connect, collaborate, and celebrate enterprise education and practice.
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Enterprise Spaces brings creativity and imagination to students, staff, recent graduates and the local Oxford community by providing working spaces to enhance skills, expand your mindset and drive.
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