Industrial Design and Technology graduate Laurence Kemball-Cook develops innovative flooring tiles that generate off-grid electricity harvested from footfall. His start up company, Pavegen, is now permanently installed world-wide, within US and UK schools, Heathrow Airport, Saint-Omer train station and even London Zoo.
Our London campus continues Loughborough University's success as a leading university for enterprise and entrepreneurship in the UK.
Loughborough University’s Glendonbrook Centre for Enterprise Education at our East Midlands campus has an impressive track record in providing outstanding support and guidance for students and graduates, through live business projects and mentoring programmes to promote business success.
Students at our London campus have the same opportunity to experience innovative education methods and gain employability skills and support throughout their programme of study. Whether it is through taught modules, a ‘live’ project, or work-based learning opportunities, students engage with the vibrant entrepreneurial ecosystem on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, and across East London.
All Loughborough University London students benefit from an exciting programme of master classes and public lectures, led by key influencers in industry and the government sector. Regular networking sessions with key business networks and inspiring Loughborough alumni provide students with the chance to make all-important connections with business and develop their own work-related opportunities.
Starting your own business
Those wishing to launch their own businesses will be guided and supported by having access to incubation and accelerator space with business development support. Loughborough University is proud to inspire successful entrepreneurs of tomorrow by nurturing their talent, incubating their ideas and supporting them into the market place.
Leading Loughborough artists are creating art which improves community cohesion, transforms the ways individuals interact in and with public spaces, and builds safer urban environments – demonstrating the far-reaching social benefits of public art.
Furniture designer Hugh Leader-Williams (3D Design, 2012) is building an enviable reputation for design.