Entrepreneurship and the future of learning
What is the role of universities in driving entrepreneurship?
In a climate where jobs must be created and universities are working to produce work-ready graduates, is there a place for those students themselves to be the ones to shape the employment market?
We believe there is.
In a unique discussion between representatives from four Sydney universities, we'll explore how we might embed entrepreneurship into a student's university experience, so that they leave with the skills and knowledge to build the world-class, global companies of the future.
Hear how we're doing it, what we have done so far and ask your questions about what the future of work, entrepreneurship and the economy could look like.
Murray Hurps is the Director of Entrepreneurship at the University of Technology Sydney.
Melissa Ryan is the Director of Incubation and Entrepreneurship at Macquarie University.
David Burt is the Director of Entrepreneurship at the University of New South Wales.
Martin Tomitsch is an Associate Professor and Head of Design at the University of Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning, and Director of Innovation at the University.