Can you make a 'Blind Bit of Difference'?

7 December 2012

UCL has joined forces with the Royal National Institute of Blind People and the London Business School to launch a competition helping blind and partially sighted people.

The ‘Blind Bit of Difference’ challenge competition encourages UCL and London Business School students to produce a winning business idea or tool to help blind and partially sighted people find work and succeed in tomorrow’s economy.

Students enter as a team (maximum of four people) and each team will be paired with a blind or partially sighted person to help them understand the challenges of living with sight loss.

For more information about the 'Blind Bit of Difference' competition and details of how to enter, click here.


Related links:

'Blind Bit of Difference' competition
Royal National Institute of Blind People
London Business School