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Educating social entrepreneurs
Educating social entrepreneurs
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  • 1. Educating Social Entrepreneurs
    The University of Northampton model
  • 2. Born or taught?
    Organiser, opportunity spotter, innovator, risk-taker, creative
    Need for achievement, autonomous, ambiguity tolerance
    (Say, Cantillon, Kirzner, Schumpter, Kight, Casson, Shackle mcLelland, Meredith, De Vries)
    They may be born that way, but can they learn?
    More importantly, can they be taught?
  • 3. Entrepreneur v Social Entrepreneur
    How is what they ARE, different?
    How is what they DO, different?
    How does their model of business differ?
    How does their model of the world differ?
  • 4. The field
    Limited body of research
    Entrepreneurs are not MUCH different in classical terms
    But how they do what they do is differently motivated
    Very little Higher Education
    University of East London
    Masters modules in many Universities-
    Harvard, Oxford etc
    Very little education
    Enterprise education in schools
    MASSIVE public policy interest
    SE units in Cabinet Office, DoH, DCLG
    Lots of practice
    reflective and uncritical
  • 5. The degree
    Social issues
    & how society changes
    How to do the
    business bit
    Wider development
    debate
  • 6. The Social Enterprise degree
    Business
    Entrepreneurship
    Sociology &
    Social Welfare
    Third World
    Development
  • 7. Level 4
    Introducing Social Enterprise
    Introduction to Enterprise & Entrepreneurship
    Entrepreneurial Skills Development
    Volunteering
    The Developing World
    Social Identities and Everyday Life
    Introduction to Management
    English for Business Studies
    Business
    Entrepreneurship
    Sociology &
    Social Welfare
    Third World
    Development
  • 8. Enterprise in Society
    New Ventures
    Globalisation and Development in the 21st Century
    Community Involvement
    Management Skills and Development
    Events Management
    Social Research: Principles and Practice
    Level 5
    Business
    Entrepreneurship
    Sociology &
    Social Welfare
    Third World
    Development
  • 9. Level 6
    Dissertation
    Research Project or Joint Dissertation
    Growing Social Enterprises
    Opportunity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship
    Social Responsibility of Business
    Development and change in the Third World
    Utopias and Dystopias: Contemporary Themes in Social Theory
    Social Change & Communities
    Business
    Entrepreneurship
    Sociology &
    Social Welfare
    Third World
    Development
  • 10. Routes
    Business
    Entrepreneurship
    Sociology &
    Social Welfare
    Third World
    Development
    MA Social
    Enterprise
    Mgt
    PG Cert.
    BA (Hons) Social Enterprise Development
    Diploma
    Associate
    Students
    Foundation
    Degree
    Enterprise
    Educators
    Schools
    Programme
  • 11. Infrastructure
    BA (Hons) Social Enterprise Development
    Business
    Entrepreneurship
    Sociology &
    Social Welfare
    Third World
    Development
    NBS Funded Projects Unit
    Business
    Link
    East Midlands
    Business School
    School of Health
    School of the Arts
    Knowledge Exchange
  • 12. Infrastructure
    BA (Hons) Social Enterprise Development
    Business
    Link
    East Midlands
    Business School
    School of Health
    School of the Arts
    Knowledge Exchange
    NBS Funded Projects Unit

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