How Can Social Enterprise Education be Instrumental in Future Social Development?


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Dr. Pathik Pathak, lecturer in sociology at the University of Southampton, asserts that social enterprise education will be contributory in addressing social challenges in the future.

Dr. Pathak shares her three reasons why universities should be incorporating social enterprise education in their curriculum: To connect aspiring entrepreneurs with experts; to unleash their full force and tackle local and global problems; and to break down town versus gown.

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