Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), based in India, was at the forefront of creating a master's in social entrepreneurship a few year ago in 2008.
"In a region where incubation for social purpose ventures has expanded over the past 10 years, but where social entrepreneurship has struggled to find legitimate recognition as a field of academic study, this unique combination of the two has served to make social enterprise a viable career choice for young graduates," writes the Guardian's Social Enterprise Network's Pathik Pathak. The second addition that the article is referring to is TISS' recent collaboration with the Development Bank of Singapore that joins in with its students in acting as a sort of business incubator post graduaation.
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