Bishop Grosseteste University Business (Team Entrepreneurship) graduate Jordan Shaw has secured a role an Associate Team Coach at Birmingham's Aston Business School.
Jordan, who graduated from the course in 2020, will be working with students on Astons' Team Entrepreneurship programmes where he will be growing the links and connections that he established while studying at BGU.
Team Entrepreneurship Programme Lead Chris Jackson commented:
"Jordan's progression is pretty unique in that while at BGU he was also awarded a bursary to study International Team Mastery with UK-based Akatemia CIC. This saw Jordan travelling to visit other institutions running Team Academy style courses including TAMK in Finland.
"It's sometimes assumed that the TE-style courses are all about business start-up, which they're not. Some graduates do indeed and pursue self-employment but the most important outcome is that we develop graduates who are equipped to meet the challenges of the modern world.
"As interest in team learning continues to grow globally, within organisations as well as HE, it's important that progressive institutions embrace this as a way to meet the demands of learners. It's great to see Jordan moving into such an exciting and rewarding career."