APPLY FOR STUDENT START-UP'S
ACCELERATOR PROGRAM

Grow your great idea into a business!

Seed Funding Available

5 Days of Workshops Run By Start-Up Experts

Mentoring From Entrepeneurs

Delivered in Melbourne's North

Pitch Your Idea at Final Pitch Event

PROGRAM DETAILS

ABOUT STUDENT START-UP

Student Start-Up is multi-partner accelerator program designed to help high-school students grow their exciting ideas into a business

Student Start-Up is here to support students in Melbourne’s northern regions develop entrepreneurial skills.

Student Start-Up provides access to seed funding, leading mentors, workshops and the latest business incubation facilities at Melbourne Innovation Centre's Greensborough campus.

2019 dates : Term 1 Consecutive Mondays 18 Feb, 25 Feb, 4 Mar, (11 March Labor Day no class), 18 March, 25 March - Final pitch on 1 April

WHY SHOULD YOU APPLY?

Student Start-Up will provide you with a range of skills to explore, prototype and test your business idea.

Further skills developed include critical entrepreneurial and employability skills such as problem solving, customer centric design, business model development, data analysis/measurement and project execution.

Student Start-Up accelerator program is a five day experience for students providing: Seed investment; Workspace; Workshops; Mentors; and Public pitch events

This is an opportunity for students to develop their innovative ideas further and launch a business to market.

WHO SHOULD APPLY?

High school students in Melbourne's North should apply for the Student Start-Up Program.

The program is open for applications from secondary school students attending school within Melbourne's North.

HOW DOES THE APPLICATION
PROCESS WORK?

Apply individually or as a team!

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CASE STUDIES

November 26, 2018

Case Study: Noterist

Developed by founder, Daniel of Parade College, Noterist is a web based application that stores images of your notes, so you can access them anywhere. Use your […]
November 26, 2018

Case Study: Divine Society

Divine Society is a Melbourne born and bred streetwear brand developed by founder Liam Easton of Diamond Valley College. Problem: Streetwear brands have become very expensive and […]
November 26, 2018

Case Study: Mythic Realms

Mythic Realms has created a new server gamemode, utilising Skyblock, for the popular game Minecraft. Providing game players with a supportive, fun and unique Minecraft experience. […]
November 26, 2018

Case Study: WifiWall Australia

WifiWall Australia understands what parents go through trying to control their children’s internet usage. That’s why they’re creating an app that will allow parents to seamlessly […]

OUR GRADUATES' STARTUPS

WifiWall Australia
Mythic Realms
Noterist
Divine Society

OUR PARTNERS

Melbourne Innovation Centre
Banyule Nillumbik Tech School
Argo Foundation
Whittlesea Tech School
Banyule Nillumbik Local Learning & Employment Network