The Trinity Bradfield Prize is one of the leading early start Tech & Science awards running at the University of Cambridge. It has a simple application process and offers a comprehensive package of support for all applicants and the winners.
A total prize pot of £20,000 consists of a £10,000 first place prize, a second place £5,000 prize, and the £5,000 Helling’s Prize. In addition, finalists benefit from a mentoring programme, free membership of The Bradfield Centre, and marketing support. This package of benefits has been designed to help you translate early-stage technologies into real-world impact.
All eligible applicants will be invited to attend four one- hour in person workshops covering key entrepreneurial topics, meaning even if you are not ultimately selected for the final, you will gain valuable knowledge and make new connections.
At least one member of a team must be a student (post graduate or undergraduate) or an early career researcher (not yet career independent) at the University of Cambridge. Single applicants are encouraged to apply. All applicants must be able to commit to attending at least 75% of the workshops. If you are successful in making the final you will present in person at The Bradfield Centre, and will be expected to commit approximately four hours a month to take full advantage of the mentoring sessions.
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