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ENGINEERS IN BUSINESS 

Business innovation competition for undergraduate and graduate engineers – apply to run the competition at your university

The University of Nottingham’s Ingenuity17 first prize winner of the Engineers in Business Prize:  Emma Hartley of Pulse AED is presented with her award by EIBF President, David Falzani.

The Engineers in Business competition was created to increase the level of participation in business courses and business competitions by engineering undergraduates and graduates, giving them the opportunity to gain more commercial education. Engineers in Business competition focuses on business innovation and works with universities which have existing competitions or elective modules for engineering students.  Universities can apply to run Engineers in Business. The competition offers each university:

  • £3,000 Prize Fund: Typically  this  is  awarded  as  a  £1,500  prize,  a  £1,000  prize  and  a  £500  prize  for  the  top three individual  engineers,  or  teams  including  engineers.

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MENTOR30ENGINEERS

This Competition is  Closed 

The Mentor30Engineers competition was launched to celebrate SMFs’ 30th anniversary. Thirty high-level business leaders offered career and entrepreneurial mentoring to student and graduate engineers. Competitors were invited to develop an idea that could solve a real problem in society   Each winner won 30 hours of mentoring over three years from  Sainsbury Management Fellows. Follow this link to read about the winners featured in the photo.

 

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