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Enterprisers - ESRC January 2008

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The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) in collaboration with the Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL) at the University of Cambridge, is offering a unique opportunity to develop personal and professional skills through the hugely successful and dynamic Enterprisers programme. ESRC students based across the UK can learn how to bridge the gap between research and community through innovative thinking and skills developed on the next Enterprisers programme – for FREE .

What are you waiting for? Apply for the Enterprisers programme online via www.enterprisers.org.uk. The deadline for applications is 30th November 2007 so delegates need to sign up soon to secure a place.

Do you want to learn how to be more enterprising?

Do you want your ideas to make a difference?

Do you want to give your research an edge?

Who is it for? ESRC - funded PhD students from across the UK

When? 7th to 11th January 2008

What? A 4 day residential programme designed to develop your entrepreneurial potential.

Where?* Van Mildert College, Durham, UK

Enterprisers is a fun, action-oriented, practical programme based on experiential learning, i.e. learning by doing. It is about inspiring people to develop entrepreneurial skills and a ‘can-do’ attitude with the confidence to make things happen. For further information, please visit the web site at www.enterprisers.org.uk or contact Orsi Ihasz, Enterprisers Programme Manager at o.ihasz@jbs.cam.ac.uk.

Enterprisers is managed and delivered by the Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning. This programme is sponsored by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).

This talk is part of the Enterprisers series.

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