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Your portal for the latest enterprising students news, events and activities across Imperial College London
Your idea, a pitch and a community of potential collaborators. Imperial Create Lab is an innovation community and pre-accelerator helping students develop ideas, find collaborators and get the best advice & support to take their project to the next level.
Take the challenge, develop an idea that could change the world... The Althea-Imperial Programme supports female students to develop an innovative idea whilst developing their enterprising and leadership skills
Build your idea. Imperial College Advanced Hackspace is a multidisciplinary community opening facilities across the university for students and staff to prototype projects.
Do you have an idea with a social impact? Get advice, training and funding from the students' union to develop your idea.
Climate-KIC offers students support to develop sustainable, entrepreneurial ideas through a variety of academic and extra-curricular programmes.
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Enroll in a Masters course and embark on an exciting entrepreneurial journey
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Develop your entrepreneurial skills, build prototypes and take your business idea to the next stage
Imperial Incubator, a hub for innovation and entrepreneurship
Extend your stay in the UK to establish a business with a Graduate Entrepreneur Visa
Social enterprise support - build a business that helps people and communities
Find out more about Imperial's first women's entrepreneurship programme, The Althea-Imperial Programme with a £10,000 top prize
Undergraduates can develop their enterprising ideas & IP knowledge over the summer via these paid placements
Compete for prize money to help fund your idea
Join a society and collaborate with like-minded makers and doers