Xiaoxiao the founder, did her masters at the University of Dundee and after completing it, she decided to stay to work on her startup, CTurtle on an Entrepreneurship Visa.
An award winning online self-management platform for people with diabetes, was first developed through the University in 2008.
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See here for the whole list, but nearly all start up ideas are likely to be fine.
For examples of ideas that were supported on the Pilot Programme, which ran from 2014 to 2016, have a look at our case studies and see the latest cohort here.At least one member of the founding team (ideally 2-3 members, though we can support up to 5) should be from outside the UK.We will provide you with investment, support, office accommodation and training through some of the best providers in the UK, as well as help obtaining your graduate entrepreneur visa.Here’s the success stories of founders and brands that we have worked with.An app aiming to help overseas students in their cultural adjustment for when they go abroad for university.In 2017, they launched a retail insight platform destined to change the face of retail by giving retailers a data-led understanding of what consumers really think of their products.We are looking for genuine graduate entrepreneurs (please visit out FAQ page for definitions) with credible business ideas who are committed to establishing themselves in the UK.The course also offers regular careers coaching, and benefits such as our professional network of academic staff, business leaders and the Chartered Management Institute (CMI).The course will develop your business knowledge, skills and 'real world' experience through applied projects, placements, internships and study abroad.Our flexible Business Management degree explores the latest thinking in innovation, creativity and contemporary issues.You'll work with academics and practitioners who have extensive experience of management, consultancy or running their own business.