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The MSc Entrepreneurship at UCL School of Management is UCL’s flagship Entrepreneurial course. During a one-year programme designed for students who intend to start and run high impact businesses, they learn to research and develop new ideas. UCL School of Management gives students the skills to take an idea and turn it into a business. Through courses like prototyping, marketing and finance students are being prepared for the range of challenges entrepreneurs face every day, there is also special attention to founder wellbeing. The programme offers three pathways: technology entrepreneurship, fintech and retail and consumer entrepreneurship. The programme has been running for 12 years and was one of the first of its kind in Europe. Numerous successful start-ups have emerged directly from the course.
Winner - Best Idea: Halt - CEO Harit Gillar, MSc Entrepreneurship Student and CTO James Haworth Wheatman, UCL Computer Science Student - £1,000 Engineers in Business Prize. They are pictured with guest speaker, Neill Forrest, Uber's Head of Customer Experience, UK & Ireland

Harit Gillar and James Haworth Wheatman met at an event hosted by UCL Innovation and Enterprise and the pair hit it off and realised the great things they could build if they shared their skills and knowledge. They have since founded sexual health app which allows users to anonymously report STI diagnosis to their pervious sexual partners. Halt took the prize for Best Idea and bagged a £1,000 investment to further develop the app.
Joint Runner-up - Simon Hulme, Programme Director at UCL is pictured with Kalab: Talitha Abraham, MSc Entrepreneurship Student and Florence Ettlin, MSc Entrepreneurship Student - £1,000 Engineers in Business Prize. On the right is guest speaker, Neill Forrest, Uber's Head of Customer Experience, UK & Ireland

Kalab is an online platform that bridges the gap between emerging musicians and companies. Their goal is to empower emerging musicians with visibility and booking opportunities whilst designing a pleasurable artist booking journey for everyone. ​Through filters, you can discover and book high quality talent in a couple clicks and elevate your event experience.
Joint Runner-up - Simon Hulme, Programme Director at UCL is pictured with Will You Klick: Co-founder Adam Robertson (second left) and MSc Entrepreneurship Student - £1,000 Engineers in Business Prize. On the right is guest speaker, Neill Forrest, Uber's Head of Customer Experience, UK & Ireland

Will You Click is a new dating app that inspires dating in real life. They combine interests and events to bring likeminded people together and help them create an organic dating environment, no messaging and awkward online small-talk, instead users can meet up in person at awesome events tailored to their interests.
People's Prize: Federico Mori (left), MSc Entrepreneurship Student - £1,000 Engineers in Business Prize

Rare Diagnostics is a meditech startup using optimisation technology to accelerate the diagnosis of rare diseases by providing doctors with an online diagnostic platform.