skip to navigation skip to content

Cambridge Business Magazine: Mentors and entrepreneurs in classroom boost confidence


The presence of entrepreneurs in the classroom and programme mentors boosts the confidence of entrepreneurial education students to perform key tasks, according to a study at the Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL) at Cambridge Judge. “Mentors and entrepreneurs both provide entrepreneurial role models but their position within an academic programme is very different,” says the study by Monique Boddington, CfEL Research Associate, and Shima Barakat, CfEL Research and Teaching Fellow.

Read the full article []