If you’re interested in starting your own business, head down to University Square today for the launch of our Make Things Happen Enterprise Programme.
We’re celebrating the initiative – which is aimed at students who have or would like to start their own business – with a special launch event. Not only will you be able to speak to our careers experts about starting your own business at the event, you’ll also be able to find out about the business help and support available to you.
During the launch, you can have a go at winning lots of prizes by playing’ Can You Beat the Cube?’.
Here are some dates you should know about if you’re thinking about starting a business:
Find out more and apply via our sticky campus webpage.
For more information about starting your own business, please visit our dedicated Enterprise webpages. You can also follow our fantastic Careers and Employability team on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
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