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Student Enterprise & Employability Development at UEA

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Finbarr Carter

on 18 February 2015

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Transcript of Student Enterprise & Employability Development at UEA

Student Enterprise & Employability Development
Student Enterprise Support
One-to-one Coaching
Start-Up Mentors
Grants - Try-it (up to £500) & Do-it (up to £3000):
Santander Commercial awards or
Unltd Social Entreprenuership awards
Tier 1 Graduate Entrepreneur Visa
Young Enterprise Start Up Programme
Promoting external activities, opportunities and support from local, regional and national providers
Enterprising Fun with UUEAS
Enactus society
Pop Up markets
Global Entrepreneurship Week 17th - 23rd Nov
Paper Clip Challenge - Entrepreneurs Society
Santander University Awards
nPower Future Leaders Challenge
UKTI Entrepreneurs Festival
Embedding Enterprise & Employability
Working with
Careers Advisers
Employability Leads for Faculties & Schools
Associate Deans (Learning & Teaching)

Exploring and experimenting with:
Active learning projects from the commercial, public and third sectors
NESTA's "Visualise, Plan, Test, Build & Launch Your Creative Business" tool kit
Challenges and competitions: I Teams, Hackathons, Biotech Yes
Enterprise Centre
State of the art building opening November 2014
Significant further commitment to enterprise
Creative space for peer-to-peer support, inspiration, networking, collaboration
Teaching space alongside business incubator
Opportunity for students interface with other start ups and growing business
Why do we need to encourage enterprising behaviour and mindsets?
The changing landscape if graduate employment - creating their own futures
Further developing a culture of creativity and innovation
Responding to the demands of employers
Promoting the value of those skills whether working for yourself or others
Strong evidence for economic impacts including
starting a business
increasing employability and earnings
contributing to the growth of business
Enterprise activity 2013/14
Incorporating best practice from elsewhere
Identifying what the needs are of our student entrepreneurs
Identifying what messages engage different customer segments
Identifying evidence of outcomes, outputs and impacts
Engaging academics and ensuring they have appropriate skills, systems and resources
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