Published: 28 January 2016

£50,000 graduate prizes available

Engineering graduates with an aptitude for innovation and creativity can benefit from £50,000 funding from the Royal Academy of Engineering.

The RAEng 1851 Royal Commission Enterprise Fellowships are for recent UK-based graduates who have an entrepreneurial idea that they would like to make reality. The Fellowship will focus on developing skills which can be passed on to inspire the next generation of engineering entrepreneurs.

Awardees receive £50,000 funding, 12 months’ expert mentoring from successful entrepreneurs, bespoke training and lifetime membership of the Enterprise Hub, which harnesses the expertise, insight and networks of Academy Fellows, who include some of the UK’s most successful entrepreneurs and business leaders.

The application deadline is Tuesday 1 March. More details are available on the Academy website, or contact its enterprise team.

Share what you've read?