The enterprising mind-set is evident in all our achievements. Enterprise Education at the University of Warwick occurs through our undergraduate and postgraduate courses, but also through extra-curricular activities initiated by both students and staff.
Student enterprise has become a fundamental and expected part of the student experience in all higher education institutions, as attested by Lord Young’s 2014 report, Enterprise for all: The relevance of enterprise in education and the QAA’s 2018 guidance on Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Education.
Universities are measured on Enterprise Education through the National Student Survey and the Graduate Outcomes Survey. They ask students to consider how well their higher education has developed their ‘enterprise capability’.
Recruiters are increasingly looking for ‘entrepreneurial graduates’, so we have a responsibility to embed these skills and values into all levels of our student provision.
Warwick Innovation and Entrepreneurship Programme (WIEP)
We offer a free online course to all Warwick students which is designed to develop an entrepreneurial mindset.
The programme is open all year round allowing students to complete the programme to fit alongside their own schedules. For more information please click on the link in the side bar.