British Council Workshop on Value of Entrepreneurship in Higher Education

Thursday, December 6, 201
American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Boston, MA
This a one-day conference, organized by the British Council, is designed for senior-level higher education professionals. The buzzword in global higher education for the last ten years has been internationalization, but why not entrepreneurship? What are the opportunity costs of failing to create a culture of entrepreneurship at your university? 
As tuition and fees continue to rise and graduate unemployment rates remain high, students and employers are demanding change - but is entrepreneurship-focused curriculum the solution? Can entrepreneurship be taught in the same way across disciplines, and can entrepreneurial thinking save the liberal arts degree?  What does success look like for students, employers and society?
This is the third event in the British Council Higher Education Series.
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