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About the Programme

Whether you’re looking to start your own business or gain those all-important employability skills – getting involved in student enterprise will put you on the path to entrepreneurial success.

At SETsquared, we support the student population of our five partner universities of Bath, Bristol, Exeter, Southampton and Surrey, by providing opportunities to gain hands-on business skills and entrepreneurial training through inter-university activities.

Every year we host a 3 Day Start-Up (3DS) event which is a 72-hour learning-by-doing campus workshop that teaches entrepreneurial skills to university students in an extreme hands-on environment.

Who should apply?

Our student enterprise programme is open to ambitious students from across the SETsquared Partnership universities of Bath, Bristol, Exeter, Southampton and Surrey from across any academic discipline.

Applications are currently closed.

We will be running 3 Day Start-Up in October 2019 at the University of Southampton, applications will open in September 2019. Plus watch this space for our next student event – the Graduate Investor Showcase – taking place in June 2019.

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Each of our partner universities run a fantastic programme of student enterprise activities throughout the academic calendar. To find out more, visit their student enterprise webpages:

University of Bath
University of Bristol
University of Exeter
University of Southampton
University of Surrey

 

The main positive outcomes of the 3-Day Start-Up event for me was that I learnt to become comfortable being uncomfortable. Letting others take control of the business idea we were working on, left me feeling out of control. However, I found that my team had strengths where I had weaknesses and doubling down on my strengths (pitching, sales and business) meant the team complimented one another. Whether you’re a history, sports or business student I would 100% recommend the 3DS.

Jordan Harry

3DS was really intense. I learnt so much about the tech industry and it opened my eyes to how apps are actually designed and developed. I’m excited to apply the models of business development to some of my own ideas.”

Catherine Tynan

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