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Tuesday 27 November

Tuesday, 27 November 2012 | By Oliver Milman
Australia’s universities are becoming an increasingly common starting point for many of our brightest young start-ups.

But does on-campus entrepreneurship and collaboration make these ventures more likely to be funded? Are investors determined to pick out our answer to Facebook, which was famously founded in the halls of Harvard?

Today, we investigate what, if any advantage, universities give budding entrepreneurs looking to find fame and fortune.

Still on the theme of youthful promise, today is the last day you can put your name forward to our annual Future Makers list, which identifies the best Australian business builders aged under 25. For more details, click here.