Frequently Asked Questions
Everything you need to know about our training and mentoring programmes.
Our programme is taught remotely so you will need a device to connect to our live online workshops and the online learning management system.
Teaching sessions are highly interactive, focusing on continuous engagement with peers and faculty. Participants will have online access to entrepreneurship material before, during, and following the program to supplement their learning.
The programme is conducted in English so a sufficient level of proficiency in English is required. We recommend B1 English proficiency level – intermediate or an IELTS pass.
No specific education requirements are needed, anyone over 18 interested in learning how to start a business may enrol.
There are 3 cohorts a year, beginning in January, April and September running for 8 weeks each.
This is an 8-week course consisting of a weekly Monday half-day workshop in a Core Module and a further one hour deep dive session Advanced Module on a Wednesday. Module resources are released on a weekly basis including an assessment that needs to be completed for each module. Participation in all live sessions is required to gain the most benefit from the course and to earn your certification.
Participants should expect to spend 5-7 hours each week for the duration of the course
No, our internships are virtual with no requirement to be in the UK
Please complete the online registration form and make payment. We will then contact you for the onboarding process.
No, our programme is open to all industries and all sectors.
No we do not take any equity in our founder companies.
Our mentoring programmes are flexible to suit different founder requirements but usually from 6-24 months.