Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship
The Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship is a leading academic entity for the advancement of social entrepreneurship worldwide. It is part of the Saïd Business School, Oxford University, founded in 2003 with a $7.5 million investment by the Skoll Foundation.
The Skoll Centre fosters innovative social transformation through education, research, and collaboration. It focuses on three main objectives:
- Developing talent through world-class graduate education that provides students with the vision and skills to bring together market-oriented approaches and social innovation
- Advancing research that contributes to the theory of social entrepreneurship and its practical applications to address critical global challenges
- Creating a collaborative hub by connecting social entrepreneurs with thought leaders and key players in business, government, and philanthropy to enhance social impact