Enterprising student societies

Imperial has many student societies that are giving their members the entrepreneurial skills needed to get ahead. With the support of the Student Society Fund these societies are running entrepreneurial events for their members.
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Health Entrepreneurship Imperial
HEI aims to facilitate and encourage discussions around the role of entrepreneurship in healthcare and bring together individuals from diverse backgrounds and expertise to improve healthcare delivery.
Enactus
As part of a global movement and with a membership of over 80 Imperial students, Enactus teams run a wide variety of social enterprise projects designed to make a difference.
Design Engineering Society
The Design Engineering Society aims to inspire a culture of innovation through the fusion of creativity and technology. We run a series of talks, workshops, hackathons and more throughout the year
Machine Learning Society
We are dedicated to nurturing development and interest in the field of AI and organise startup projects and host regular academic workshops and events for all levels of competence in the field.
MBA Connect
MBA Connect is an MBA student-led mentoring program that connects and supports students in the College with their career development and business ideas.
Women in Science, Engineering and Technology
WSET encourages female students to pursue careers in scienc, engineering and technology through a variety of events ranging from skills workshops to company exclusives and social events.
Imperial College Students for the Exploration and Discovery of Space
ICSEDS gives students the opportunity to gain skills and hands-on experience of space technology working on real space projects, to meet new people and make valuable contacts.

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