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Enterprise Question Time Debate


Enterprise education is broad and complex. The Warwick Enterprise Partnership, launched in February 2014, recognises this complexity and its membership represents academic, research, administrative and commercial dimensions. Critical to the Partnership is the ambition and creativity of Warwick’s student community. Our mission is to ensure that our institutional approach engages, accelerates and best prepares our students; releasing their enterprising mind-sets to tackle future global challenges. Click here for details of confirmed speakers for this event.

Wednesday 22 June, 16:00-18:30

Woods-Scawen Room, Warwick Arts Centre

All are welcome

Booking on the day not required

In a time of significant change, we invite colleagues from all disciplines – academic and professional – as well as supporters of Warwick to come and join the debate about the value of Enterprise Education:

  • What is it?
  • Why is it important?
  • What should a globally competitive institution be doing in this area?
  • And critically, how are we going to do it?

Of course, not all of these questions will be answered on 22nd June, but this debate will help to shape and develop Warwick’s approach to enterprise education in the future.


Enterprise education in the next 50 years:

Is enterprise important?

Welcome and introduction by Chief Operating Officer and Registrar, Ken Sloan


Panel discussion


Panel members:


Drinks reception and networking