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Calling Enterprising Women in Science Engineering and Technology!

last modified Jan 20, 2012 11:22 AM
EnterpriseWISE A programme for PhD and women researchers in Science, Engineering and Technology

Dates:  21st & 22nd January 2012 and 18th & 19th February, 2012

Register by 15th Jan 2012: Email

Apply soon – places are limited!

Are you considering starting a business? Do you have an idea or invention that you want to take to market but not sure how or if that is the right thing to do? Do you wonder if entrepreneurship is for you? Do you enjoy exploring possibilities? Are you keen to meet other like-minded women and women who've started successful businesses from a STEM background?

If you answered yes to any of these questions then EnterpriseWISE is for you! Please register by emailing with the details requested below.

The University’s Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL) at Cambridge Judge Business School is offering EnterpriseWISE which is a tailored entrepreneurship course for PhD and Early Career women researchers who are working in Science, Engineering and Technology with the express purpose of developing skills, knowledge and confidence. The programme focuses significantly on three things:

1. Personal development and increasing confidence in being entrepreneurial

2. Highlighting the realities of entrepreneurship for women from STEM subjects

3. Building networks of entrepreneurial women.

How to apply:

Please email the Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning’s Dr Shima Barakat and Frances Bycroft at by the 15th of January. Please let us know your full contact details, your year of study/stage of career, if you have an idea for a business, and why you'd like to attend EnterpriseWISE. We encourage early applications as we have a limited number of places and will review and allocate places on a rolling basis until the places are full up - which may happen before the 15th of January.

Centre for Entrepreneurial learning (CfEL)

Tel: +44(01223) 766900



Twitter: @CfELCambridge