CDL Student Programme Introduction

16th October 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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An introduction to the Creative Destruction Lab and the Student Programme run by CDL-Oxford

About this Event

The Creative Destruction Lab (CDL) Student Programme is designed to expose students to the world of entrepreneurship, and provide an opportunity to interact with early-stage, science-based companies. Students will work with technical founders admitted to the CDL programme on bespoke projects.

This session aims to provide you with a detailed overview of the CDL-Oxford Student Programme, including time commitment and setting expectations.

Have you submitted your application? This session will provide you with everything you need to know should you be successful.

Are you thinking of applying? This session should answer any questions you may have prior to submitting your application.

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16th October 2020
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12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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CDL – Oxford

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