Our skills sessions can count towards the Exeter Award.
Global Entrepreneurship Week
Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) is taking place from 13 -19 November, and is the world's biggest celebration of entrepreneurship with 180 countries taking part. As part of GEW, the Career Zone and Student Start-ups will be hosting a range of events to inspire and help you explore the skills, knowledge and attributes needed to go freelance, be self-employed, start-up your own business or to become an entrepreneurial employee.
Please see the links below to find out what events are running:While at University you will have the opportunity not only to further your academic knowledge and understanding, but also to develop your employability skills and competencies.
The Career Zone has adopted the Entrecomp framework and each of our activities have been labelled with the relevant Entrecomp area. Through Entrecomp you can develop your entrepreneurial skills to generate cultural, social and economic value for others.
All Career Zone activities are designed to enable you to develop both your own employability and your entrepreneurial capacity so you can help to lead the change the world needs. The Student Start-ups programme is available to support students in testing and building their own business venture.
You can find more information on how the university aims to create a sustainable and socially just future in the University's Strategy 2030.
If you're thinking about working for yourself, building a portfolio or entrepreneurial career, you can contact the Careers Zone to book a one-to-one Entrepreneurs Guidance appointment.
Whether you are taking an entrepreneurship module or are simply wishing to enhance your employability, the Exeter Award entrepreneurship theme offers you a way to get University recognition for your extra and co-curricular entrepreneurship activities. You can find more information on how to get involved here.
The Career Zone will be running skill sessions throughout the week, both in person and online. Sessions include 'Understanding Social Enterprise', 'Ways of Working' and 'Assertiveness and Understanding Behaviour'. To find out more infomation on the sessions running and to book your place, visit Handshake.
There are a variety of ways you can develop your entrepreneurship skills during your time at university. Click here to find out more about the support available to you.
Our Skills sessions and Programmes align with the Entrepreneurship Compentency Framework. Find out more
While we are facing an uncertain future full of complex global, social, and environmental issues, more and more employers are looking for graduates in all fields who have additional entrepreneurial skills, and the 'with proficiency in Entrepreneurship’ pathway has been designed to help you achieve this no matter your career path. Find out more.