From Hong Kong high-rise to world-leading renal researcher
Young inventors get hands-on experience in Imperial's Maker Challenge
Prototype ear plug sensor could improve monitoring of vital signs
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