The Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL) is hosting a special open day on 7 March at Cambridge Judge Business School for interested students to learn more about the Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship.
CfEL is delighted that serial entrepreneur Sunil Shah will be talking about his personal entrepreneurial journey in the keynote presentation. Sunil (pictured) is an alumnus of Cambridge Judge Business School’s MBA programme. He began his career in the Life Sciences team at PA Consulting group but has since co-founded two companies in the Internet and life sciences sector. The second of these companies, O2h, was successfully acquired by a publicly listed Indian pharmaceuticals group, Piramal Healthcare (BSE: PIRAMALHE), in January 2011.
The Open Day is a platform to provide more information about the accredited Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship programme. Over 70 people are attending including programme tutors, mentors and members of the entrepreneurial network and a further 30 people from across the globe are participating via a live video stream. Programme Director Dr Joanna Mills will talk about the key components of the programme, such as the Virtual Learning Environment and Enterprise Project, in more detail. There’ll also be an introduction to the world-class range of business information resources and materials available to students of the programme. Participants, both at the event and online, will be able to ask questions during the Q&A session.
The event starts at 11:30 with lunch and networking from 13:30. Limited places are available at the event in Cambridge but you can still participate online.