SSE Australia was launched in early 2009 and already boasts a network of close to 200 fellows. It runs a range of courses from the 4-month Accelerator Program for social enterprises ready to launch and grow to the 9-month Incubator program for early stage social ventures.Learn about our story
The School for Social Entrepreneurs Australia has launched a new program this week in Sydney with 14 inspiring students ready to launch and grow social and environmental ventures ranging from an ethical fashion label to an Indigenous tourism enterprise.
Our first Canadian school, SSE Ontario, will opens its doors in 2012; we are very proud of the new addition to our international network of schools, and we are happy to be bringing to Canada our unique approach to learning.Learn about our story
Results of the first diversity survey reveal SSE-O is a microcosm of diversity in Toronto
SSE was founded in the UK by Michael Young in 1997. We now operate schools in London (which is also the location of our head office), Cornwall, Dartington, Fife, Hampshire, East of England, Liverpool and Yorkshire.Learn about our story
Press Release featuring Cornwall SSE Fellow Clare Webb who graduated in 2011
The Dartington School for Social Entrepreneurs launched their third Start-Up Fellowship Course this week.
SSE's Global Away Day a big success.
Five SSE Hampshire students and a fellow were interviewed by Voice FM, helping to spread the word of SSE!
Ben & Jerry’s and Ashoka give more clever cookies the chance to be crowned Europe’s best business minds.
Jo Harrop, PLACED and student on the SSE North West Lloyds Banking Group Social Entrepreneurs Programme is thrilled to announce that Hidden Liverpool, a year long programme of activity across the whole city of Liverpool has received funding from the Heritage Lottery to go ahead.
THE Coalfields Regeneration Trust, with the School for Social Enterpreneurs Scotland, is offering local organisations the chance to go back to school to learn how to become more enterprising and have a bigger impact on their local communities.