This spring, UCL Innovation and Enterprise will relaunch its highly successful Short Courses for Entrepreneurs programme.
UCL graduate Arthur Kay (BSc Architecture 2013), co-founder of the coffee grounds recycling company bio-bean, the biofuels and biochemicals company, has joined forces with UCL Estates, Sodexo, O&G, UCLU and Bywater Waste Management, to turn waste coffee grounds from coffee shops across campus into fuel.
Starting from more than 200 student, staff and recent graduate sign ups Phase 1 of the UCL Bright Ideas Challenge came to a close this month following two extraordinary days of business idea pitches.
UCLU TechSoc, UCL ISD and UCL Innovation and Enterprise have teamed up for LearnHack - a hackathon for both techies and non-techies and open to all from UCL and beyond that is all about improving education and revolutionising the way people learn.
Starts: Jan 20, 2017 6:00:00 PM
With the recently published 2016 CBI/Pearson Education and Skills Survey showing a high rate of employer satisfaction with their graduate recruits, this forum will assess some of the successful practices and policies currently used in universities to ensure student employability come graduation, as well as best practice examples of university-business partnerships.
Starts: Jan 24, 2017 8:30:00 AM
Challenging the status quo and forcing market evolution – is this true entrepreneurship?
Starts: Jan 26, 2017 5:10:00 PM