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The Enterprise Scholarship Scheme
The Enterprise Scholarship Scheme is a fantastic opportunity to develop your fledgling business skills in a supportive environment. Not only that but as a successful candidate you will receive a substantial grant to help with your start-up costs. As a highlight of the scheme, you will be invited to join our intensive online bootcamp where you will hear from a wide range of successful entrepreneurs who have been through the programme. Benefit from their experience as they share their skills giving you the flying start your competitors only dream of!
- Market Research
- Business Planning & Forcasting
- Accessing Finance
- Sales & Marketing
- Pitching your business
So what next?
The support does not stop there. Beyond your training and funding, you will have access to mentoring and co-working space. Benefiting from the co-working and collaborative environment, Enterprise Scholars can start their business in one of Leeds most cutting-edge environments, purpose built for the innovators and entrepreneurs of tomorrow!
- Expert training from entrepreneurial leaders.
- Extensive mentoring.
- Grant funding.
- Invaluable networking opportunities.
- Incubator space & business address.
- Continued support form an award-winning department.
Our Enterprise Scholars said...
With the Scholarship funding Ive been able to increase the amount of exposure my music platform has, been able to fund professional videography, photography and finally launched the magazine which was a long-term project I wanted to do.Vidisha Jain
Its not easy to start a business but being in such a supportive environment has really helped tackle some of the challenges that I think small businesses face.Oli Burbage-Hall
What are you waiting for?
Application forms will be available from October 2020. If you are interested in applying or would like more information, please email Matthew Preston via M.Preston@leeds.ac.uk.