How is the ecosystem essential
to student innovation
Engage and NTNU School of Entrepreneurship announces this year's event the 3rd of June. One lucky winner will also be invited to join Stage Two, the first pan-European competition for the best startups spinning out of leading European universities.
8th June 2021
Er du student ved NTNU eller Nord Universitet med en forretningsidé som bidrar til et av FNs bærekraftsmål? Send inn ideen din, og bli med på Babson Student Challenge! Frist 1. mars!
15th February 2021
Earlier this year, we in the Trondheim Slush’D team set out on the task of identifying the challenges Norwegian Entrepreneurs face, in hope of singling out a concrete problem, an area to target and address.
3rd November 2020
During the past two years Spark* has expanded with units at Nord University and Chalmers University of Technology. Now even more students have the opportunity to pursue their business ideas with help from other students with startup experience.
7th September 2020
It is important that nurses learn to be entrepreneurial, because they are the ones who discover important problem areas in their work and have the knowledge needed to solve them. But how do nurses become entrepreneurial?
Cataly(c)st aims to bring best practices from the research world, the maker communities, the youth movements and industry into one strong initiative.
Sustainability – in the context of Engage – means ensuring that change agents have the right tools and competency in order to make conscious choices towards sustainable development.
Imagine not being able to do everyday tasks due to a weakness or paralysis in your arms and hands. Vilje Bionics, a startup from NTNU school of Entrepreneurship, intends to develop an aid for ALS patients to help them with this.
How can we equip social entrepreneurs with the tools needed to succeed internationally in a time where travel is restricted? At Engage, we’re exploring new ways to educate during the pandemic.
To enable students to tackle the complex challenges of tomorrow, we will need to change the educational methods of how students learn. The project SUPER will look at how student-active learning can make students better equipped to tackle "wicked problems".