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At the Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science (FEAS), we encourage our researchers and students to move from innovative concepts to real-world entrepreneurship. From seed-funding through the CEIE to our inventive professors, FEAS is fertile ground for thriving commercial ventures.

The Centre for Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship (CEIE)

The CEIE provides students with the mentorship and resources needed to turn their ideas into successful businesses. A central hub, it facilitates collaboration between students, faculty and potential investors. It also provides opportunities for seed funding via the Norman Esch Engineering Innovation and Entrepreneurship Awards and incubation via iBoost (external link) . Discover everything the CEIE has to offer, including their master of engineering innovation and entrepreneurship degree.

Three student entrepreneurs in a workspace
A group of student entrepreneurs in a common workspace

Toronto Metropolitan University Zone Learning

Offered only at Toronto Metropolitan University, Zone Learning provides opportunities for all undergraduate and graduate students to apply their degree coursework to the development of startups, causes, companies, projects or ventures. Within the network, four zones are specific to FEAS: Biomedical, Clean Energy, Design Fabrication and iBoost (external link) . However, FEAS students can join any zone that piques their interest, from Fashion to Legal Innovation and more. Discover all 10 Zone Learning opportunities.

Faculty Entrepreneurs

The entrepreneurial vision of our faculty members is crucial to the FEAS ecosystem. By bringing their research to market, several of our professors are contributing to Canada’s economic growth and doing their part to improve quality of life for all of us. Discover what research pursuits our faculty entrepreneurs have spun into successful ventures.

Professor Victor Yang sits in a medical room

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