By 'Enterprise' we mean attempts to develop the aspirations of our students.

Our mission is to develop the required attributes and skills that students will need to be prepared for the workplace, or a business venture that they may wish to start.

Here are some guides to assist in your understanding of Enterprise:

1/ This report from the British Council explores the nature of Social Enterprise in the UK.

In the UK, the term ‘social enterprise’ covers a wide range of different ventures, each of them united by some key characteristics:

• they have a clear social purpose
• they generate a significant proportion of their income from trading
• they reinvest the majority of their profits in their social mission

The report investigates six different facets of social enterprise:

  1. The diversity of social enterprise in the UK
  2. Creating an ecosystem to support social enterprise
  3. Finance for social enterprise
  4. Measuring social impact
  5. Collaboration
  6. Government interventions

Along with the wider implications of each.

2/ Enterprise and entrepreneurship education: Guidance for UK higher education providers

The Quality Assurance Agency has published guidance as to what should be included in an enterprise and entrepreneurship education.

LSBM is regularly reviewed by the QAA (the last one being in October 2015, where our enhancement of student learning opportunities was commended).

This guidance reflects current thinking in enterprise and entrepreneurship education. It is intended to illuminate contemporary best practice in order to inform, enhance and promote the development of enterprise and entrepreneurship education among higher education providers in the UK. 

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