A University Enterprise Zone
The University of Nottingham is one of four University Enterprise Zones (UEZs) across England. UEZs aim to encourage universities to strengthen their roles as strategic partners in local growth and to stimulate development of incubator space for small businesses.
The Haydn Green Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship supports these aims with its work and research around the development of enterprise and entrepreneurial skills, innovation and understanding of the commercialisation of research.
- Professor Simon Mosey writes for Clincal Career magazine about the idea that everyone is an innovator and how simple ideas can make an extraordinary difference in the healthcare sector. The quest to do more with less demands a top-to-bottom acknowledgment that everyone is capable of contributing to the innovation process – and, just as imperatively, that everyone deserves a voice.
- Dr Andrew Greenman writes in the Financial Times. There is a nascent paradox at the heart of business school education. If current trends persist then we may soon be at the point – if we are not already – where we have to ask whether the delivery, content and assessment of entrepreneurial education are fit for purpose.
- The government has announced that The University of Nottingham is to become one of the first University Enterprise Zones (UEZ) in the UK, helping to create dozens of new high-tech businesses and hundreds of new jobs in the city.
The institute provides entrepreneurship education at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Postgraduate options include the MSc Entrepreneurship, cross-disciplinary masters courses and the MBA Entrepreneurship.
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