Testimonials

Challenges your thinking and takes you out of your comfort zone” Karen Bryan, Pro Vice-Chancellor and Dean of the Faculty of Health and Wellbeing, Sheffield Hallam University


Great programme and network of individuals across the sector” Tim Davies, Director of Information Services, Aberystwyth University


This course helped me develop a deeper understanding of the ever increasingly complex landscape in which universities need to operate entrepreneurially so as to sustain their future whilst staying true to values” Mark d’ Inverno, Pro-Warden Research and Enterprise, Goldsmiths, University of London


Fascinating set of speakers and opportunities to discuss key issues and great networking” Andrew Ireland, Executive Dean, University of Central Lancashire


EULP is a transformational experience and I have left with some super new connections at senior levels across the UK” Lynn Martin, Director of the Centre for Enterprise/Associate Dean, Manchester Metropolitan University


A transformative experience. An opportunity to share best practice across the sector and an opportunity to affect real change” Sharon Paterson, Assistant Dean Business Engagement and Partnerships, School of Arts and Media, Teesside University


Energising, supportive, enlightening. Excellent basis for expanding networks that are both supportive and challenging” Margaret Ross, Vice Principal, Head of College, University of Aberdeen


Excellent programme that gave me a whole new way of innovative thinking and enactment” Andy Salmon, Acting Dean Faculty Arts Law and Social Sciences, Anglia Ruskin University


Excellent opportunity to build networks and meet policy formers and influencers” Neil Sammells, Deputy Vice Chancellor, Bath Spa University


An opportunity to reflect, understand the wider sector context and challenge your current views and perceptions. It also helped develop a fantastic network of friends” Paul Welshman, Associate Director of Enterprise, University of Salford


Excellent learning opportunity. Run very professionally, responsively and considerately. Does what it says on the tin” Aidan Worsley, Executive Dean, University of Central Lancashire