Venture Education: British Independent Schools in China 2019 Annual Report
A detailed look at the current and future British independent schools operating in China. In this report, Venture Education provides a market overview, analyses industry trends, and examines the factors causing the ‘second wave’ of British independent schools in China.
The British Council – The Scale and Scope of UK Higher Education Transnational Education June 2016
A look at British Transnational Education across the world. Includes data on the number of TNE institutions and TNE student numbers, analysis of the scope and reach of British TNE and insight into the future outlook of British TNE.
Deloitte – A new era of education: China education development report 2018
A deep-dive into the education industry in China, analysing market trends, capital investment and government policies. This report breaks down the challenges and opportunities for education organisations operating in the Chinese market.
Global Education Monitoring Report: Gender Review Meeting our Commitments to Gender Equality in Education
The Gender Review looks at gender equality in education across different countries. The report identifies which countries are close to achieving parity and which lag behind, providing recommendations of what could be done to narrow the gender gap.
Cracking the code: Girls’ and women’s education in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM)
A UNESCO report that examines the current status of girls and women in STEM education, considers factors influencing female participation and progression, and suggests interventions at all levels to improve representation in STEM.
Women in Enterprise – The Untapped Potential
: This report explores the importance of women’s entrepreneurship to the UK economy and the challenges women business owners face when starting up and growing their business. The research for this report included both focus groups and a survey of 1,919 women business owners.
Women entrepreneurs: Developing collaborative ecosystems for success
This report notes the relatively low level of involvement by women in earlystage entrepreneurial activity and makes recommendations for increasing the growth rate of women-owned businesses to achieve a scale where the businesses are more likely to sustain success in the longer term.
Ziauddin Yousafzai at TED2014: My daughter, Malala
Pakistani educator Ziauddin Yousafzai tells stories from his own life and the life of his daughter, Malala, who was shot by the Taliban in 2012 simply for daring to go to school. “Why is my daughter so strong?” Yousafzai asks. “Because I didn’t clip her wings.”
This guidance reflects current thinking and practice in Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Education. It is intended to inform, enhance, and promote the development of Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Education across UK higher education. The guidance draws on contemporary best practice and has been developed by experts from the Enterprise and Entrepreneurship educator community, with support from QAA.
EntreComp into Action – Get inspired, make it happen: A user guide to the European Entrepreneurship Competence Framework
EntreComp into Action is a guide for those individuals and organisations who want to use EntreComp, the Entrepreneurship Competence Framework, to foster entrepreneurial learning. It illustrates the breadth and depth of potential for using EntreComp to meet different goals and aims to inspire more actors across Europe and beyond to use it as reference.
Entrepreneurship360 Background Paper
A background paper covering the existing research and vocabulary around entrepreneurship in education. The report answers the questions: What is Entrepreneurial Education?; Why is Entrepreneurial Education Relevant?; When to Do What?; and How to do Entrepreneurial Education?
College Student Entrepreneurship in China: Results from a National Survey of Directors of Career Services in Chinese Higher Education Institutions You You, Feifei Zhu, and Xiaohao Ding
The current study uses data from a nationwide institutional survey of directors of career services of 840 Chinese colleges and universities to study the current situation of student entrepreneurship and relevant institutional guidance practices.
GEM Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2016
The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor survey tracks rates of entrepreneurship; assesses the characteristics, motivations and ambitions of entrepreneurs; and explores the attitudes societies has towards this activity. GEM countries in the 2016 survey cover 69.2% of the world’s population and 84.9% of the world’s GDP.