Idealization development, entrepreneurship research, and patent services are just some of the coaching provided to UTSC campus entrepreneurs enrolled in courses and programs (such as the New Venture Program), or launching startups via campus accelerators.
Entrepreneurship Research Workshops
Students have the opportunity to participate in free Entrepreneurship Research Workshops that are part of University’s Co-Curricular Record. Workshops include introductory, intermediate, and advanced content from Launch Pad to Data Resources for Entrepreneurs. Learn more about our offerings and register here for Entrepreneurship Research Workshops.
The library provides incredible entrepreneurship resources for students including; online guides, makerspace at UTSC, UX Lab at Robarts library, and more. Please see below for a select few of resources.
The U of T libraries' central page for various research tools, resources, supports, and ways to get started in entrepreneurship at the university.
Recommended resources for research related to entrepreneurship, startups and commercialization: from science and technology literature to market research and patents.
A starting point for University of Toronto students looking for entrepreneurship opportunities and resources on campus.
Click on the link to sign up for our (mostly) monthly entrepreneurship information digest for UTL, the greater University, and broader startup community.
The UTSC Library Makerspace is freely available to UTSC staff, faculty, and students. To gain access to the Makerspace and its equipment, an Introductory Orientation session on the features of the space must first be attended.
The UX Lab is the University's first space dedicated to studying and supporting User Experience (UX) research and design.
For more help, contact Sarah Shujah to book an entrepreneurship consultation. She’s here to help you excel and accelerate!