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Enterprise and entrepreneurship education provides interventions that are focused on supporting behaviours, attributes and competencies that are likely to have a significant impact on the individual students in terms of successful careers.


Our resources for members offer practical examples intended to inform, enhance and promote the development of enterprise and entrepreneurship education across UK higher education. These enhance our publicly available Enterprise and entrepreneurship education: Guidance for higher UK education providers

Member resources

Case studies

Our case studies from member institutions cover areas such as support for student enterprise, embedding enterprise skills, and encouraging innovation.

Micro-credentials and employability & entrepreneurship

This presentation is from a webinar which considered how higher education providers might use micro-credentials to support employability and entrepreneurship, including working closely with employers.


Fostering enterprise and innovation podcasts


Two podcasts have been developed to help increase students' confidence and prepare them for professional careers after graduation. They are accompanied by a case study from the University of Edinburgh.

PODCAST - Enterprise and embedded employability in higher education

In this episode, we consider the student experience of enterprise and embedded employability in higher education with Helen Hughes from University of Leeds, Edward Pollock from Robert Gordon University, and Iwan Williams from University of Liverpool.

PODCAST - Enterprise, entrepreneurship and student ambition

In this episode, Rob Ingram of Falmouth University and Ruth Donnelly of the University of Edinburgh talk about enterprise, entrepreneurship, and student identity. They also discuss motivating students to achieve their goals.