Oxford is a great place to start your journey as an entrepreneur, no matter who you are. But if you are looking for specific opportunities and resources for women, you have come to the right place!
RisingWISE: empowering enterprising women
Our joint programme with the University Cambridge brings together ECRs and women from industry to learn collaborative and intrapreneurial skills
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Empowering Oxford's current and future female leaders and founders to pursue their entrepreneurial purpose.
Read how an Oxford alumna went from science to tea business.
Language Amigo is a new way for students to improve their spoken Spanish by providing an income to LATAM youngsters, too.
Smart technology for identification and classification of complex liquids in sealed containers.
An unusual type of network where you could build really good business relationships.
What’s On: Enterprising Women
Discuss the value of diversity in investing, structural problems in VC and what is being done to fix these & personal stories.
Join us for a talk celebrating the Bodleian Libraries’ release of interviews by Georgina Ferry of some of Oxford’s female computing pioneers
Denise Xifara leads an interactive workshop on the process from meeting a startup to giving them their investment contract
Vivienne Cox CBE discusses her experience as the most senior woman in BP and her view of the energy industry today
This Panel Discussion asks, How can current students and new graduates re-imagine what it is like to lead a company?
How can work and caring be combined in contemporary UK society? Professor Tina Miller will give the annual Athena SWAN Lecture
One of the world’s 50 most influential management thinkers, Rachel Botsman is a leading expert and author on trust in the digital world
Diamond Light Source & enei are celebrating IWD with an event looking at key issues affecting women, in particular those in STEM
What better way to celebrate IWD than by joining an international event to create and edit Wikipedia profiles of women* in academia?
Celebrate #IWD2020 with #OxWomenLeaders community - Bringing together all who joined in 2019 ... & Anyone excited about women in leadership
Channel 4's CEO, Alex Mahon talks about her own leadership journey and the challenges of leading a media company in an era of disruption
Oxford Brookes University working with University of Oxford and Vitae examine women's experience in STEM in key stages of the spinout process