The academic engine for entrepreneurs
The Conrad Centre is an immersive educational environment for entrepreneurs. Located within Canada's most innovative university, in a region ranked among the top startup ecosystems in the world, the Conrad Centre is the academic engine for entrepreneurship on campus, offering programs that are entrepreneurial by design.
- May 4, 2017
Catherine Bischoff, Associate Director, Outreach and International Programs
- Apr. 24, 2017
At the end of every term, Enterprise Co-op students showcase their ventures through 90-second videos in the Product Video Showcase. This term, five students were awarded $1,000 each for their submissions.
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. This term's Product Video Showcase winners reflect that diversity. Check out their winning entries!
- 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
- May 26 to 27, 2017
EngHack brings together passionate students for a two-day hackathon. Whether you're a first-timer or a battle-scarred veteran, all are welcome; ability doesn't matter, only your willingness to learn and have a good time!
- May 30, 2017
Learn more about the Master of Business, Entrepreneurship, and Technology (MBET) program by attending our live online information session.
- May 31, 2017
- Apr. 26, 2017
“What sets your company apart from the rest of the competition?” This is a question that I’ve heard almost daily as a founder of my new venture, Sienci Labs.
- 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.