The academic hub for entrepreneurs
The Conrad Centre is an immersive educational environment for entrepreneurs. Located at a university rated the most innovative in Canada, in a region ranked in the top startup ecosystems in the world, the Conrad Centre is the academic engine for entrepreneurship, offering programs that are entrepreneurial by design.
- Apr. 7, 2017
Catherine Bischoff, Associate Director of Outreach and International Programs
I was recently invited by the University of Edinburgh to speak at its business school’s Startup Festival’17 in a
- Apr. 5, 2017
Team SmartBandage, composed of Master of Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology (MBET) students Waqas Khan, Sohaib Imran Rana, and Vanessa Ferlaino, will compete with teams from some of the world's top universities for more than $1 million in prizes at the Rice Business Plan Competition in Houston, Texas, from April 6-8, 2017. SmartBandage is the only Canadian team among 42 finalists, chosen from nearly 750 entrants.
- Mar. 28, 2017
- Apr. 24, 2017
Enterprise Co-op (E Co-op) allows students to pursue an entrepreneurial co-op option in which students start their own business while earning a co-op credit.
E Co-op is open to students from all faculties with any type of business concept: no-tech, low-tech, high-tech, service, consulting and more. If you have an idea you want to take to market and have the passion to build your venture, Enterprise Co-op may be for you. We are looking for students with:
- May 2, 2017
Learn more about the Master of Business, Entrepreneurship, and Technology (MBET) program by attending our live online information session.
- Apr. 13, 2017
Conrad's Bridging Entrepreneurs to Students (BETS) program is a specialized co-op program which connects first year engineering co-op students with seed and early stage startup companies for 16 week placements. In this post, Winter 2017 BETS students and BETS employer Gamelynx share how the program worked for them this term.
- Mar. 22, 2017
The ink was hardly dry on Vincent Can Cui's MBET degree when he found himself signing the term sheet for his startup's angel round of $1M from a group of Silicon Valley and Chinese investors.
- Mar. 16, 2017