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.

 

  1. Aug. 11, 2017ITESM students gain insights and inspiration in summer entrepreneurship bootcampITESM students outside Engineering 6

  2. Aug. 2, 2017Nairobi to Waterloo: Jamii virtual incubator challenge winners visit ConradDavid Rose with students

    In 2015, the Jamii virtual incubation platform, developed by Conrad researchers, launched its first cohort in collaboration with Strathmore University in Nairobi.

  3. Aug. 2, 2017BET 420 integrates Hult Prize for real-world social entrepreneurship experienceHult Prize logo

    To learn entrepreneurship, you must experience it. This fall, BET 420 Social Entrepreneurship and Corporate Social Responsibility takes this philosophy to the next level by integrating the Hult Prize challenge directly into the course. BET 420 gives students the opportunity to apply their classroom learning to a real-world context, while taking part in a global effort to address the planet's most pressing problems through social entrepreneurship.

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  1. Aug. 11, 2017BETS Perspectives: Getting hands-on with the design process at Vena MedicalBETS team at Communitech

    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 short-term placements. In this post, Spring 2017 BETS students and BETS employer Vena Medical share how the program worked for them this term.

  2. Aug. 11, 2017BETS Perspectives: Designing a memorable co-op experience at LabsCubedLabsCubed Team

    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 short-term placements. In this post, Spring 2017 BETS students and BETS employer LabsCubed share how the program worked for them this term.

  3. June 9, 2017Sarim Haque (MBET '15) hacks growth at CaspySarim Haque

    Undergraduate degree: Mechanical Engineering, National University of Sciences and Technology, Pakistan

    Pre-MBET: Engineer at Honda

    Post-MBET: Growth Hacker, Caspy 

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