Public Engagement

Student Enterprise Awards

Entrepreneurial Student of the Year – This award recognises innovative self-starters who can evidence that they’ve used their creativity and leadership skills to make a significant contribution to an entrepreneurial project over the past 12 months.

Yash Morar - Entrepreneurial Student of the YearWinner:
Yash Morar

Finalists:
Joseph Cooper

 

Most Promising Student Business of the Year  – The winner of this award will be the business that can demonstrate the most achievements over the past year and has the best foundations for future success.

Jay Harvey, Mandarin Spark - Most Promising Student Business of the YearWinner:
Mandarin Spark, Jay Harvey

Finalists:
Adama Robotics, Mehadi Hasan and Dauda Barry

 

The Fareena Baig Student Social Enterprise Award  – The winner of this award will be the social enterprise that has demonstrated the most impressive progress towards significant, sustainable social impact during the last year.

Musemio - Fareena Baig Student Social Enterprise of the Year AwardThe award is named in memory of Fareena Baig, a Queen Mary alumnus who tragically lost her battle with cancer in 2018. Fareena founded and continued to work hard on her own social enterprise - Manoo and the Greens, which produced raw, organic almond milk – until her passing. She was an impressive, resilient woman, and it is in this spirit that the award will be granted.


Winner:
Musemio, Olga Kravchenko and Kaitlin Fritz

Finalists:
Animorph