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East meets west with entrepreneurship education partnership

Cambridge’s Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL) to develop entrepreneurial skills of Hong Kong University students

The Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL) at Cambridge Judge Business School is delighted to announce it is working in partnership with the University of Hong Kong (HKU). The Centre aims to inspire, stimulate and develop the entrepreneurship skills of undergraduate students of the HKU International Business Management summer programme through a newly created, bespoke, residential course in Cambridge.

The one week ‘Entrepreneurship, Creativity and Innovation’ course is an optional course designed to stimulate creative thinking in students and nurture innovation to enhance business development.

Milane Yeung, Senior Programme Manager of the Hong Kong University summer programme, said:

This is a great opportunity for our students to be inspired by the rich entrepreneurial ecosystem of Cambridge and increase their understanding of entrepreneurship to inform business creation and growth. We are delighted to be collaborating with the Centre on this summer programme.

The customised programme created by the Centre harnesses all their experience and knowledge of developing entrepreneurship programmes over the last ten years for a range of target audiences including international students, scientists, aspiring and novice entrepreneurs; chief executive officers of small-to-medium businesses; and middle managers of larger companies.

Yupar Myint, CfEL Director of International Business Development, said: “This represents a highly important partnership for the Centre and we are keen to enhance the student’s learning experience, inspire entrepreneurial activity and build our relationship with HKU.”

The course is open to undergraduate students from Hong Kong, mainland China and overseas universities.