University Startups Initiative Program

Programs
  • University Students
  • Academic Faculty
  • University Affiliates

In-person

  • Arabic
Free Service
Public partnership
  • August 2019

Contact us

Contact Number

8003018888

Contact Email

Info@monshaat.gov.sa

Monsha’at collaborates with the public sector to facilitate the transition of creative ideas and university graduation projects into startup companies. The initiative focuses on disseminating an entrepreneurial culture, delivering support programs tailored for students, championing innovators and creators, and enhancing their capabilities through a comprehensive suite of guidance and awareness initiatives. Additionally, the program aims to streamline access to financing channels. The positive impact of these efforts is evident in the Kingdom's remarkable progress in the entrepreneurship index within the higher education sector as part of the human capabilities development program.

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How to Access

Access the application page and log in

Select the preferred program

Complete the necessary information

Await the evaluation of your application, after which you will receive either an acceptance or a rejection notification

Programs

Prototypes Enhancement Camps

Transform your innovative ideas into functional prototypes in just 10 days with these intensive camps

University Projects Accelerators

Accelerate the journey from university project prototypes to fully-fledged startup companies within a timeframe of 3 to 9 months.

Entrepreneurship Challenges Program

An 8-week program that includes workshops, training sessions, and meetings with entrepreneurs and investors across diverse fields. The goal is to evolve entrepreneurial ideas into established, thriving companies

Current and Previous University Startups Initiative Programs

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