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We aim to promote interaction among researchers, businesses and industry, investors and students. We support our entrepreneurially minded students by providing training, business support services and funding.

Success stories

Meet the UCL entrepreneurs who have benefited from UCL Innovation & Enterprise.


Nafisa Bakkar graduated from UCL in 2014 with a BSc in Natural Sciences, and went on to found the innovative fashion start-up Amaliah. She was named as one of the top ten London entrepreneurs to watch, by a panel of leading figures in London's start-up community.

Nafisa Bakkar

Nafisa says:

"Post-graduation I worked for UCL Innovation & Enterprise, running programmes to help students start their big idea, or alternatively to learn skills through entrepreneurial programmes. Because of my own entrepreneurial journey throughout UCL I am passionate about entrepreneurship being a great tool for personal and professional development.

I then founded my own start-up, Amaliah. We curate the best in modest fashion from well-known high street retailers, independent fashion brands and the best of what bloggers are wearing on Instagram. It's incredible that we have been able to hire a team and scale up just a year after graduating. UCL really helped to nurture my idea and confidence in being able to do it."