2 years ago
Same to scholarships, startup is another topic which is extremely popular among today’s students. The good thing is that, in 2019, you don’t have to choose between getting a college degree and working on your personal project. What’s more, you can do it even better developing the idea inside of a university-located incubator. Today, the Typical Student team will name you top 3 universities that will support your sturtup.
#1 University of California, Berkeley
To start with, the Berkeley SkyDeck fund offers students to get up to $100,000. The offer was made for companies accepted to their 6-month cohort program. Taking about the recipients, they can get $50,000 upon acceptance. Plus, there will be $50,000 more given at the 3-month mark offered via a SAFE note with no discount.
#2 Harvard University
Venture Incubation Program (VIP) was made for current Harvard students. It is a 12-week program with mentoring and resources. Besides, Harvard’s Innovation Lab also hosts the President’s Innovation Challenge. That’s where local students can get up to $75,000 for their idea(s).
#3 Massachusetts Institute of Technology
In case your educational startup is connected with viable, sustainable businesses, look for Massachusetts Institute of Technology(MIT)’s delta v. It is a student startup accelerator for the beginners. In fact, Delta v provides the winners with $20,000 equity-free additional funding for each achievement-based venture.
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