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Start-up visa workshop for International Students

An introduction to the start-up visa process for International Students for Global Week 2021

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Start-up visa workshop for non-EU International Students aspiring to remain in the UK and set up a business for Global Week 2021

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Event details

NTU Enterprise welcomes all non-EU international students to join Phil Clarke with for a short online session that covers the start-up via process for those wishing to remain in the UK and set up a business. As part of our series of start-up workshops we are holding a session with Arushi Agarwal who successfully obtained her start-up visa her at NTU, launching her Eco products skincare company CleanU and successfully transferred after the two years to the Investor visa .

Topics include

  • Our role as Endorsing body
  • The kind of applications sought
  • The process of application
  • The evaluation process
  • Important points to be aware of.

We hope that you will learn more about the process and the challenges for applicants on the start-up visa route and that we can answer any burning questions you may have before applying in the first application window on 1 July.

CleanU - Arushi Agarwal

Clean U is a clean natural and organic lifestyle brand from England. It’s inspired by age old traditional beauty recipes from India. Our products feature exotic and wild crafted ingredients. Each product has a story behind it, the authentic ingredients and formulations along with the local traditional production method and use. The natural ingredients and their traceability and sustainable development for the local communities are also key elements for us. Click here to find out more: https://cleanuskincare.co.uk/

About NTU Enterprise

At NTU Enterprise, we offer mentoring, support, training and networking opportunities for anyone launching a business or social enterprise. Our support is open to NTU students and graduates, staff, and anyone with a viable idea. Whether you're hoping to go freelance, or build something bigger, we can help.

Find out more

State Aid

This event is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) 2014-2021. This event is classed as State Aid to participating and eligible businesses, the value of which is up to £100, but it delivered completely free of charge to participants. The State Aid regulation used will be classed as De Minimis, unless advised otherwise in writing. For further information, please refer to the following web link: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/state-aid

Programme

11 am – Welcome and online lobby

11.10 am – Introduction to Arushi and session from Phil Clarke

11.45 am –Q&A

12.00 am – event close.

Booking information

To join this online session, please click ‘reserve your place’ and our team will contact you with a link for your diary.

Joining the event

Prior the event, we will send you an event invitation via email. You can use this to join the meeting at 11am on Wednesday 28th April.

For more information about this event, please contact:

Giselle Martin
Marketing and Events, Enterprise Innovation Centre, NTU

eic@ntu.ac.uk
+44 115 84 82884

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Still need help?

Giselle Martin
+44 115 84 82884