The Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning delivers a range of programmes, workshops, seminars, modules and events for new and aspiring entrepreneurs each year. This includes our flagship, open programmes which are designed to support individuals at different stages of entrepreneurial development including Enterprise Tuesday, ETECH Projects, Ignite, Enterprisers and the Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship.
A series of free evening lectures and networking sessions open to all students, Cambridge University staff, members of the wider community and business networks, which runs from October to February each year. Find out more »
ETECH Projects accelerates entrepreneurship in emerging technologies. It is currently offered to undergraduates at the Physics, Chemical Engineering and Material Sciences departments as an elective module. It is also offered to postgraduates on the Cambridge MBA programme and selected PhDs as an elective module. Find out more »
Ignite is an intense, one-week training programme for aspiring entrepreneurs and corporate innovators looking to fast-track a technology-related business idea or innovation to commercial success. Find out more »
Enterprisers is fun, action orientated, practical and based on experiential learning, i.e. learning by doing. The four-day residential programme enables participants to understand their own creativity, generate ideas from research that can be turned into ventures and to build networks of connections with like-minded people. Find out more »
Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship
The Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship is a part-time programme, taking place over 12 months, providing entrepreneurial graduates the chance to achieve the high quality and specific learning leading to a University of Cambridge qualification, while at the same time being supported in the pursuit of a technology, creative or social enterprise. Find out more »