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EnterpriseTECH UG


EnterpriseTECH is offered during Lent Term for up to 70 undergraduates. At present, the programme is offered as an assessed module to students at the Department of Physics, the Department of Chemical Engineering & Biotechnology, and to students taking Biomedical and Biological Studies.

It is a demanding and practical programme where teamwork is key. Your personal motivation will be an important contributor to your team's success. If you plan to attend, you need to be available for all of the important dates listed below. Lectures are during the normal timetable period and other events, supervisions and workshops are in the evenings.

Thursday 17 January EnterpriseTECH UGLaunch Night (evening)
Mondays and Thursdays, 21 January - 7 February Lecture series 16:00-18:00
Monday 21 January Team building workshop - Group 1 19:00-21:00
Thursday 24 January Team building workshop - Group 2 19:00-21:00
Monday 11 March EnterpriseTECH UG Pitch Night (evening)
Date to be confirmed Pitching workshop (evening)

This is a popular programme and places are limited. You must apply to be considered for a place by Friday 23 November to attend the programme during Lent Term. You are also be required to provide a short personal statement that expresses your motivation and interest in participating in the programme. You are informed by the end of the Michaelmas Term if your application has been successful, unless there are separate arrangements with your department.


Individual assessment 25%
Two-minute team video 10%
Six-minute team pitch 15%
3,000-word team commercial feasibility report 50%

Module marks are returned to the course directors at home departments and faculties. Although results are not communicated to students, we send detailed feedback on the team efforts back to teams before Easter Term. Results are available to students after the Examiners Meeting in June at their own departments. Participants must submit all assignments by Friday 15 March 2019.

This has been the first time we've been able to gain real world skills within our Physics degree. Considering a large number of physicists go into careers in business, management and consultancy, we should have the opportunity to do many more programmes like this.
Anthony Archer, Department of Physics, EnterpriseTECH 2018


Apply for EnterpriseTECH UG

Apply by 23 Nov 2018