Jill Wells delivers the enterprise and professional practice module across all programmes within the School of the Arts. She has worked extensively within the creative industries and continues to work as a business consultant and adviser outside of her university role, in both the creative sector and other industries. She has a wide knowledge and experience, and a continuing interest, in developing students’ enterprising and entrepreneurial skills and in improving their employability skills.
SAB930 Professional and Business Practice
SAB938 Arts Management
SAC119 Fine Arts Research Report
SAP210 Final Project: Practice and Enterprise
- Scholarship: Participation in the Symposium for Entrepreneurship Educators at Babson College, Boston MA, USA in 2008
- Attendee at the Enterprise Educators UK annual conference
- Involvement with the Creative Graduates, Creative Futures research programme.
Ball L, Pollard E, Stanley N (2010) Creative Graduates Creative Futures, Council for Higher Education in Art and Design and University of the Arts London. (a major longitudinal study undertaken between 2008 and 2010 of the early career patterns of more than 3,500 graduates in practice‐based art, design, crafts and media subjects, qualifying in 2002, 2003 and 2004 from 26 UK higher education institutions.)