Enterprise Project

Our Enterprise Project initiative has been established to help develop our own students who have a flair for commerce and marketing. The project is headed by Cal Courtney, Director of SEWS and Matt Jansen, Head of Student Recruitment and Marketing; who will work closely to help students who participate in the project to develop and implement business plans. The focus of the project is to help expand our student recommendation schemes, as so many of our students have a positive experience whilst studying at the London School of Business and Management.

Enterprise Project


Who is this for?

We are looking for a small group of entrepreneurial students to be ambassadors for LSBM. The ideal candidates may:

  • be target driven and ideally have some experience in a sales, business development or a customer- facing role
  • have access to a network of contacts who may be interested in studying one of our courses
  • have experience in social media marketing
  • be self-starters and able to work to their own initiatives (if needed).

 

What’s on offer?

If you are selected to join the project, you will receive payment for each student you recruit. Sales training will be provided. Senior LSBM staff members will provide you with ongoing support to develop and implement a business plan.


What to do next?

The application deadline for the first intake has now passed.

However, for more information about the project you can read our blog post - Opportunity Knocks - LSBM Enterprise Initiative, or email Matt Jansen, Head of Student Recruitment and Marketing, matt.jansen@lsbm.ac.uk if you are interested in taking part in the next intake.
 

 

Disclaimer: students selected to participate in the project will not be employees of LSBM. They will not receive a salary or office space. However, student referral fees will be paid (once referred students are fully enrolled at LSBM). Support is provided through weekly one-hour drop-in sessions, which will take place in SEWS.

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Get In Touch

  • London School of Business and Management
  • 1 Malet Street, London, WC1E 7JN.