Partnership with the Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning
The Centre currently works with a range of local and international partners engaged in entrepreneurial learning to develop relevant skills for starting up and growing enterprises. The aim is to build knowledge and capacity which can be shared and sustained by institutions at regional and/or national level over the long term.
Policy makers, scholars and business leaders now recognise the importance of experience-based learning and active participation by entrepreneurial practitioners in designing and teaching entrepreneurship courses. The Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL) has been a true pioneer in practitioner-led enterprise education and has expanded its network by inviting some 350 entrepreneurs and practitioners (including venture capitalists, business angels, bankers and other experts) to teach and to interact with students.
CfEL welcomes partnership through the following areas of activities:
Partnership with CfEL will provide our partners, international entrepreneurs and students with access to the rich resources available via the Cambridge entrepreneurial network, Cambridge Judge Business School and the wider University of Cambridge community.