Workshops and programmes
We offer a range of workshops and events designed to challenge and run by our experienced entrepreneurs. These events and workshops might open up the possibility of running your own business and will certainly help you explore and develop your business and personal skills. To book free tickets visit our Eventbrite Page
Student Enterprise runs regular series of enterprise skills workshops throughout the academic year. The sessions are aimed primarily at undergraduate and postgraduate students who would like to find out more about starting their own business or social enterprise. The sessions are also open to staff as well as students. You can come along to as many sessions as you like.
The sessions usually take place on Tuesdays during semester and run from 6-7:30 p.m and are free to all University of Surrey students and alumni who have engaged wit us during their time at Surrey.
Led by business professionals, the workshops are aimed at promoting an awareness of the different areas that need to be addressed/considered when setting up a business. The sessions are introductory and broad in nature. Where appropriate, the sessions will be as interactive as possible and will make use of case studies to help illustrate points and bring the subject alive for participants. You will be able to ask questions and be signposted to sources of further information.
To book on to the latest events please head over to our Eventbrite which has all the latest up to date information.
Enactus Surrey is a society at the University of Surrey, but to our members it’s more than just a society. Enactus is a worldwide community of students, academics, and business leaders committed to using entrepreneurial action to improve lives and shape a better, more sustainable world.
Enactus Surrey has many projects both locally and internationally. An example of one of our local projects is JumpStart, which is a project that aims to reduce youth unemployment in Guildford by running employability workshops and one-to-one mentoring. An example of one of our international projects is Source, which is a project in the Philippines that provides and installs solar lighting to houses that do not have lighting, or are using kerosene lamps.
As well as having a positive impact on people’s lives, being part of Enactus also opens many opportunities, like free training to develop skills. Regional, National and Global World Cup competitions take place annually, these develop the leadership skills of Enactus members as well as providing a platform to meet other teams and share ideas in a culture of learning and developing from each other.
For more information visit our website http://www.enactussurrey.org or join our society on https://www.ussu.co.uk/ClubsSocieties/societies/Enactus/Pages/Default.aspx
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Looking to develop a business idea whilst gaining your visa? We can help you to develop your business whilst you apply. For details visit https://visas.surrey.ac.uk/working-after-your-studies . Eligibility Criteria: Have a viable and credible business idea. Be in your final year of study,graduating this year (or have graduated with the last two years as an international student). Hold the required savings in your account for 90 consecutive days (prior to the UKVI application). The Student Enterprise team are here to advise on the University application process for the Start Up Visa Scheme and provide support to help you develop your business plan and start you on your entrepreneurial journey. If you have any visa queries related to the Scheme, contact International Student Support. To express your interest in the Start Up Visa scheme please complete the expression of interest form and send to email@example.com.