1.) Small group (teams of 4-6)
2.) Individual Task
3.) Large Group
1.) Lecture Theatre
2.) Presentation Space
3.) Carousel Tables (small working group)
QAA Enterprise Theme(s)
1.) Creativity and Innovation
2.) Opportunity recognition, creation and evaluation
3.) Decision making supported by critical analysis and judgement
4.) Implementation of ideas through leadership and management
5.) Reflection and Action
6.) Interpersonal Skills
7.) Communication and Strategy
Students from under-represented groups have traditionally experienced barriers in accessing enterprise opportunities, support and funding (Osho, ). These students can, at times, find it hard to identify with the language of enterprise or the journeys of entrepreneurs: this can lead to a lack of engagement in entrepreneurial education.
This sought to identify and address barriers to engagement from students from underrepresented groups. Through co-creating activities with students from University of the Arts London (UAL) and London South Bank University (LSBU), we developed a toolkit that reframes social enterprise education, with a focus on exploring the links between personal values, motivations, social enterprise and community impact.