University of New South Wales


How two Australian universities are fostering the next generation of entrepreneurs

12:01PM | Wednesday, 2 December 2015 |  Long before startups and innovation became mainstream discussion points and political buzzwords, UNSW launched the Student Entrepreneur Development group.

$50k up for grabs for UNSW student entrepreneurs

8:32PM | Friday, 1 August 2014 |  A UNSW student-led startup will be offered up to $50,000 in seed funding through a partnership struck between Venturetec Accelerator and UNSW’s NewSouth Innovations.

From zero to 200 startups in 24 months at UNSW

6:49PM | Friday, 13 June 2014 |  The title of this article is a little misleading as start-ups have been coming out of the University of New South Wales (UNSW) for many years.

Sydney start-ups set to get the MBA treatment from UNSW students

8:50PM | Tuesday, 27 August 2013 |  Sydney-based start-ups can apply to have an MBA student tackle a strategic issue with them as part of a new initiative launched by the University of New South Wales.

Shop2 the first Aussie start-up selected for US incubator AngelPad

12:54PM | Monday, 10 December 2012 |  Personal shopping magazine Shop2 has spoken of its experience as the first Australian start-up to participate in US incubator AngelPad.

UNSW takes on start-ups for Venture Incubator Space

3:08PM | Thursday, 22 March 2012 |  Incentivised social health platform Vimcore is one of three start-ups to be accepted into the new Venture Incubator Space at the University of New South Wales, along with Mijura and Shop2.

IP available for free at University of NSW

11:49PM | Wednesday, 9 November 2011 |  Australian universities are being encouraged to make their intellectual property available for free, after the University of NSW said it will offer IP licences to entrepreneurs at no charge.

UNSW launches tech start-up recruitment drive

7:04PM | Thursday, 21 July 2011 |  The University of New South Wales is inviting start-ups to attend a career fair for its computer science and engineering students in a bid to encourage graduates to join start-ups.