Regent's students join forces to achieve United Nations’ goals

Regent's Student Union has partnered with Enactus – a global non-profit community of students committed to using entrepreneurial action to transform lives and create a more sustainable world. 

Students create innovative solutions to tackle the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals and compete in a series of regional and national competitions before advancing to the prestigious Enactus World Cup. 

‘Students who participate in Enactus develop leadership, entrepreneurial and networking skills to help them tackle global problems. As Regent's mission is to produce tomorrow’s global leaders, our Student Union is proud to partner with such an innovative organisation,’ said Student Union President, Pascal Senn. 

‘Over the coming weeks and months, we’ll be working with students to help build their skills and deliver difference on a local and global scale. We encourage every Regent’s student who is interested in propelling their career to join our Enactus team,’ he finished. 

About Enactus 

Enactus is a global start-up dedicated to creating a better world while developing the next generation of entrepreneurial leaders and social innovators. The Enactus network of global business, academic and student leaders is unified by its vision – to create a better, more sustainable world. 

  • 72,000 students  
  • Groups in 37 countries 
  • 550 corporate, organisation and individual partners   

If you’re a Regent’s student interested in getting involved, please contact our University coordinator for Enactus, Silvia Angeloro, at [email protected] 

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