The Student Enterprise Programme supports students and recent graduates to develop their innovative business ideas and entrepreneurial/intrapreneurial skills for the future world of work.
Operated by Research and Innovation Services, the Student Enterprise Programme consists of skill-building workshops, informative events, competitions, an accelerator Scheme (SEED), mentorship, and incubation opportunities. The Student Enterprise Programme supports students to develop their ideas, acquire new skills, build confidence and contribute to the enterprising and innovative culture on campus.
The Student Enterprise Programme provides a full advisory service covering all aspects of idea development, business creation and support. Students with an idea, start-up or desire to explore entrepreneurial activity can contact our team to make an appointment. To book simply email us.
The Student Enterprise Programme
The Student Enterprise Programme is launching a new strand of activities for academic year 2018/19. Sponsored by Santander Universities, SEED (Student Enterprise Enhanced Development) will provide a structured pathway for developing enhanced enterprise skills, gained from expert guidance and professional advice, which will prepare students to develop and launch a professional and well-considered business idea.
SEED consists of:
For more information about SEED, email email@example.com.
SEED Masterclasses are an exciting opportunity to hear from professionals in the fields of HR, law, accountancy and marketing. The exclusive masterclasses are open for any student to attend, and will be particularly beneficial for those studying a degree in the relevant discipline.
The Stirling University Innovation Park (SUIP) situated on campus gives innovative companies and organisations the perfect business location. Find out more about the Stirling University Innovation Park here.
We work in collaboration with a number of enterprise support agencies to ensure students have as much support and as many opportunities as possible to pursue their ideas. For more information on the support and competitions each organisation can offer, please use links below to access their websites and/or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to speak with a member of our team.
Any questions? Contact the Student Enterprise team and we'd be happy to answer them.