WORKING IN CHINA
Working with colleagues and partners in China to support colleges and universities to build their entrepreneurial capacity.
We have a long history of working in China, with Alison having first worked with Chinese educators in 2010. Since then she has gone on to lead the Enterprise Evolution team to teach 700+ educators across China and is now working in partnership on the first ever co-designed (China:UK) staff development programme – CEO: Creating Entrepreneurial Outcomes’ (创能 chuang neng) – delivering to the needs of Chinese educator.
Our experienced team delivers staff development programmes and supports the development of entrepreneurial universities and colleges by:
- Building up an enterprise education ecosystem which include leadership, core curriculum, extra-curriculum, collaboration with business, teaching and research;
- Embedding enterprise education in the subject areas;
- Curriculum design and innovative pedagogy;
- Designing Learning Outcomes and adapting delivery methods;
- International best practice (study tours)
Enterprise Evolution Consultants Lisa McMullan and Alison Price along with CEO of The Women’s Organisation Maggie O’Carroll were invited as an extension of their partnership with Chinese colleague Jing to join the ‘Co-Create Promising Value’ enterprise education conference in China in June 2020.
To listen back to their keynote speeches please follow the links below:
OUR PARTNER IN CHINA
Zhang Jing is committed to introducing the UK experience in enterprise and entrepreneurship education to China. She has designed and delivered China’s first ever Entrepreneurial University Leadership Programme and Entrepreneurship Educators’ Training Programme, and has been a frequent guest speaker at national and international conferences.
Zhang Jing is an acknowledged expert in the UK and China in the development and delivery of higher education programmes. As the British Council’s Director of Higher Education in China, Zhang Jing has designed and delivered government agreements on higher education such as Sino-Scottish Higher Education Research Partnership in PhD Studies, the UK-China Partner in Education (UKCPIE) and the UK-China Research and Innovation Partnership Fund (Newton Fund) and facilitated the UK-China Education Ministers’ annual summits and People to People Exchange. As far as research is concerned, Zhang Jing has participated in 10 years’ higher education policy research in partnership with National Centre for Education Development Research, Chinese Ministry of Education.
Together Jing and Alison have developed ‘CEO: Creating Entrepreneurial Outcomes’ (创能 chuang neng) for work in China – further information in Chinese can be downloaded here.