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Students who are curious about entrepreneurship and interested in “solving big problems” should check out the Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship, a fast-paced, experiential environment to develop skills as a founder alongside intensive mentoring and soft skills development.

Registration is open for a virtual information session about the certificate and funding:

Register for Thursday, March 7, 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.

This session will focus on the structure of the certificate, the process through which students identify teams and ideas, and how to apply for available fellowship funding. For questions, email

Overseen by the U of A Office of Entrepreneurship and Innovation (OEI), the certificate pairs graduate students from business and non-business disciplines on teams together in an incubation-like setting for exploring real business ideas and for connecting new technologies to market opportunities. The 12-credit-hour certificate is open to any discipline. Participants must be U of A graduate students in good standing.

OEI also offers a Graduate Entrepreneurial Fellowship to support promising graduate students from all disciplines in the pursuit of intensive entrepreneurial training. Entrepreneurial Fellows are expected to devote at least 20 hours per week to their entrepreneurial pursuits during their fellowship year.  

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