I've been looking at options to study social enterprise in higher education. There seems to be many schools in the US and UK that offer such programs. For example, the Harvard Business School has an entire faculty for research and teaching social enterprise. It would be an interesting option for someone looking to pursue an MBA. The University of Oxford also Said Business School has a Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship. As one of Europe's fastest growing business schools, this is also an appealing option. The school is also where the Skoll World Forum takes place (it gathers social entrepreneurs from around the world to share ideas). In the search process I also came across a website dedicated to social enterprise news, which seems to be a great resource for learning about social enterprises and social entrepreneurship.