MBET Graduate, Andrew Martinko

Andrew Martinko is a Waterloo Engineering graduate with a Master of Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology (MBET). His startup, Suncayr, has developed a smart UV indicator that can identify when your sunscreen is no longer protecting you.

Master of Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology

The MBET degree has been designed to combine academic learning with real-world experience to offer a dynamic and unique entrepreneurial business education.

Graduate Diploma in Business and Entrepreneurship

The GDip empowers Master of Engineering students to commercialize their technical innovations by adding an entrepreneurial component to their degree.


The Waterloo advantage

As a graduate student at the University of Waterloo, you'll be part of a community of outstanding faculty and students who shine brightly on the international stage.

The Waterloo Engineering faculty encourages creativity and innovation. You'll be able to commercialize your ideas or partner with an existing industry to change the way people live and work.

We believe that an entrepreneurial spirit fosters innovation. Our policy on intellectual property (IP) gives both faculty and students ownership over their ideas and technology. This unique IP policy puts you in control to pursue commercialization activities or start a company.