Enterprise and employability

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    This is an optional module within the BSc (Hons) Environmental Science and BSc (Hons) Geography programmes at the University of Ulster. It is compulsory for all students undertaking an intercalary industrial placement.There is a need for students to understand how businesses can exploit scientific practices and how they can lead such exploitation through entrepreneurial activity. It is also important for students to develop skills and business awareness when
    approaching work experience and graduate employment.This module aims to provide students with a range of environmentally orientated business and management skills and practices in order that they can integrate more successfully into a particular company or set up their own business.
    In particular, recognition of future business opportunities is an important goal. This module assists students in the development of their own career paths.
    LanguageEnglish
    Title of host publicationEnterprise, Skills and Entrepreneurship Enhancing the curriculum in Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences
    EditorsHelen King
    Pages75-78
    Number of pages4
    Publication statusPublished - 2005

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    Career paths
    Work experience
    Geography
    Management skills
    Management practices
    Exploitation
    Entrepreneurial activity
    Placement
    Graduate employment

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    Maguire, S. (2005). Enterprise and employability. In H. King (Ed.), Enterprise, Skills and Entrepreneurship Enhancing the curriculum in Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences (pp. 75-78)
    Maguire, Sarah. / Enterprise and employability. Enterprise, Skills and Entrepreneurship Enhancing the curriculum in Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences. editor / Helen King. 2005. pp. 75-78
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