Developing Entrepreneurship Education
The art of teaching entrepreneurship is often the result of several disciplines colliding, such as innovation, design, business management, and creativity. But the pedagogy required to educate future entrepreneurs is not always a clear process. The wide scope of our educator roundtables therefore allows you to navigate these ever-evolving fields and align your pedagogical skills with the complexities that come with teaching entrepreneurship in a higher education setting.
The full roundtable cohort is split into seven (7) recurrent roundtables and you can customise them into your own personalised learning experience. Take only one, take a few, or take all of them – from anywhere in the world.
How to sign up
You can apply in two ways: one is by applying to each roundtable separately. The other is to apply to take part in the full cohort, if you want to attend all seven roundtables and guarantee your certificate in Advanced Entrepreneurship Education from the Stockholm School of Entrepreneurship.
The application to the cohort 2022/2023 (starting on the 16th of November) is open and you can sign up here before the 26th of October:
If you wish to attend only a few roundtables independently, please open every roundtable’s page below and apply separately.
In case you miss the cohort application, you can still apply to each roundtable independently, but due to the high number of applicants, we cannot guarantee a place in all roundtables.
Once you apply, all applications are submitted to a review process. We will inform you if you were selected to attend the roundtables after the registration deadline. If you are selected you will be given access to the learning platform where you can consult the content and research to the relevant roundtable.
7 roundtables of teaching
Each roundtable can be attended independently
WHO IS THIS FOR?
Each one of the roundtables above is aimed at creating a cohort of global educators who teach entrepreneurship. They are suitable for experienced as well as inexperienced teachers, since we have often observed that the more diverse a group, the better the outcome. You do not need to have any specific academic title to participate, however it is preferable that you are actively teaching entrepreneurship at the time of attendance.
- Teachers of entrepreneurship
- From higher education institutions
- At all levels of seniority
- From anywhere in the world – the more diverse, the better
- Preferably actively teaching entrepreneurship
At the moment, we can offer participation for free. Seats are limited, and priority is given to educators from our member universities.
At heart, SSES is designed to offer students, researchers and teachers a sandbox where they can discover and explore their imagination with people from diverse disciplines, backgrounds, and industries. The Learning Lab and these roundtables are exactly that – a safe space for anyone with an interest in the field to discuss and exchange ideas about entrepreneurship education.
With respect and reverence for the vast knowledge you as educators already possess, our goal is not necessarily to teach you something new, but rather to provide you with a platform to co-create new knowledge based on your diverse mix of perspectives. That is also why the roundtables are curated by a facilitator – not a teacher. You, the participants, are placed at the very centre of the learning process and the knowledge you gain will primarily have been created collectively among you. That said, each roundtable is further infused with scientific insights from researchers, presented in a summarised and accessible format.