TU Dublin launch New Social Enterprise Module
Updated: Jul 13
The module will provide students with:
A thorough understanding of what constitutes the social economy enterprise sector, the challenges the sector faces, the contribution it can make in addressing a range of societal issues and the supports required and provided to strengthen the sector’s development.
The module will be delivered via a combination of online and onsite lectures in TU Dublin, Bolton Street. It will balance theory and practice and provide students with an understanding of the skills required to develop and sustain vibrant social economy enterprises.
Starting in October 2021, the module will conclude in May 2022.
Who Should Apply:
Staff and volunteers of social economy enterprises, staff of local development companies and relevant state agencies.
Each student will be required to complete an individual assignment and participate in a group project.
Students who successfully complete the module will gain 10 ECT credits. These can go towards obtaining a certificate in social economy enterprise development and MSc in local development and innovation.
An honours Bachelor Degree in any relevant discipline is required. However eligible candidates may be interviewed where work/career experience is being considered in lieu of academic qualifications.
For further information contact:
Dr Gerard Doyle, Module Co-ordinator - Gerard.firstname.lastname@example.org or tudublin.ie