The Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL) aims to spread the spirit of enterprise to both the University of Cambridge community and to wider national and international audiences through the creation and delivery of a range of educational activities that inspire and build skills in the practise of Entrepreneurship. One of CfEL's key teaching values is that the best people to teach entrepreneurs are entrepreneurs. This philosophy has led to the Centre collaborating with a network of over 300 experienced entrepreneurs, innovators and other practitioners to provide relevant, credible and practical training.
The Centre has developed an enviable track record in the field of entrepreneurship education with a number of flagship programmes designed to provide skills for students, graduates, researchers and aspiring entrepreneurs from different backgrounds and at different stages of the entrepreneurial journey. These programmes are:
CfEL is also responsible for courses on the Cambridge MBA's Entrepreneurship Concentration.
The Centre is also focused on a proactive research agenda, and is conducting further research in order to develop state of the art understanding of entrepreneurship education. The Centre has a dedicated research team working on a number of research themes. CfEL is also collaborating with key faculty at the University of Cambridge and other, international universities on specific projects. Find out more
Resources for entrepreneurs
CfEL has developed a number of resources and tools aimed at delegates of our entrepreneurship programmes including videos and podcasts, advice on networking and sources of start-up support. Find out more
Visit the Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning's website