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In 2007 Durham University established a Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning with a remit to support Enterprise and Entrepreneurship across Durham and Stockton Campuses of Durham University. Two Enterprise Resource Centres offering drop in facilities and advice are available at both campuses. These Centres provide advice, assistance and support to all of our internal stakeholders, students and all staff, who might be interested in exploring enterprise in its broadest sense. This encompasses developing skills, entrepreneurial attributes and behaviours through to establishing independent businesses or incorporating entrepreneurship in programme delivery, teaching and learning experiences. We are also actively engaging with external stakeholders such as the small business communities, policy makers, business support organisations and Enterprise Education and Business Development intermediaries (Business Support providers, Banks, Accountants and Solicitors).
The team has over 30 years of combined experience in designing, delivering and disseminating Enterprise in all its forms. The Centre is also delighted that Professor Allan Gibb, a world renowned advocate of enterprise and entrepreneurship education, is chair of the Advisory Group of the Centre.



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