STUD-ENT is a pilot project by the Research Council of Norway (Forskningsrådet) which aims to have more students working on their own commercialization projects after completing their studies at Norwegian universities and university colleges. After evaluating 47 applications and 30 student pitches in front of an expert panel, 22 different startups from across Norway have received 1 million NOK each.
With a total of 8 going to NTNU this year, 5 of these have a direct connection to students at the NTNU School of Entrepreneurship.
Congratulations again to Alva, Astronaut, Hark Technologies and Versor in the graduating class, as well as alumni-led MYPSY. 🙂
In the media:
The NTNU School of Entrepreneurship will hold an Information Meeting tomorrow (Thursday, 16th of March) at campus Gløshaugen. If you’re curious about applying for our master’s program, you should definitely attend!
More info on the event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/613872235477179/
We’ve made a new promo video for the NTNU School of Entrepreneurship!
Check it out here:
Also remember the deadline to apply, April 15th.
NSE Alumni FlowMotion Technologies are preparing to launch their first product, the FlowMotion One: a smartphone stabilizer to end all shaky videos. Yesterday, they wrapped up their Kickstarter campaign to the tune of a whopping $1,3 million!
We’re proud, and join the other 5,508 backers in believing this is the start of something big.
Congratulations from all of us at NSE! 🙂
PS: If you want to check out their kickstarter page, click the link below:
Innovator is an awards ceremony that celebrates student innovation and entrepreneurship in Norway, held anually in Trondheim. Yesterday our very own FlowMotion Technologies and Sevendof both took home prizes in their respective categories: FlowMotion won 250.000 NOK through Sparebank 1’s Student Innovation Prize, while Sevendof won 70.000 NOK through winning the Venture Cup regional finals, and are now headed to the national finals held later this month.
Congratulations to both!
Photos by Kai. T Dragland, NTNU
FORNY StudENT is a pilot project which aims to have more entrepreneurs and startups based on ideas from students at Norwegian universities and university colleges. After evaluating 53 applications, and 22 student pitches in front of an expert panel, the Research Council of Norway (Forskningsrådet) has recently handed out 1 million NOK each to 15 different startups nationally. With a total of 10 going to NTNU, 9 of these have a direct connection to students at the NTNU School of Entrepreneurship.
We are pleased to see that our students are in the forefront of the new generation of entrepreneurs in Norway. Congratulations again to all of our startups! 🙂
New link to the Webinar below:
Looking forward to hearing your questions! 🙂