Entrepreneurship Lab welcomes new intake


A total of 28 participants will form the second cohort of the King’s Entrepreneurship Lab programme, designed to support students of all disciplines in developing sustainable and ethical projects with a positive social and environmental impact.

The students – from a wide range of subjects including engineering, psychology, theology and criminology – will begin a week-long residential training programme prior to the start of the new academic term, with a series of events and workshops following on throughout the year.

Established in September 2021 thanks to a generous donation, the Entrepreneurship Lab is designed to support those wishing to explore a career path in innovation and business. The year-long programme offers the students mentoring and practical advice, and culminates in the opportunity to receive seed-funding to take their ideas forward.

For more information about the King’s Entrepreneurship Lab and to sign up to their newsletter, please see the E-Lab site.

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