MTU’s enterprise camp is free and runs from 28 June-2 July. Photo: Andrew Neel

MTU’s camp offers students enterprising opportunity

Munster Technological University (MTU) has a fantastic opportunity for students to explore their potential for enterprise, entrepreneurship and innovation.

MTU are currently recruiting for this summer’s Enterprise Camp that will see 40 teenagers take part in entrepreneurial activities and learnings over a five day period. This popular camp is free to attend and would particularly benefit teens who have a keen interest in enterprise and entrepreneurship.

This year, the camp is moving online and is open to all students who have completed first to fourth year. The closing date for applications is the 28 May and registration is online at It runs from 28 June-2 July from 10.30am-1.30pm.

One of MTU’s primary goals is to encourage entrepreneurship at all levels of education and to introduce young people, as early as possible, to the world of enterprise. MTU’s provides teens with the skills and confidence to develop their entrepreneurial spirit.

There will be plenty of opportunity to receive advice and knowledge from resident entrepreneurs, learn about the importance of innovation and receive guidance on how to develop innovative ideas. The programme concludes with all groups pitching their ideas to a panel of experts and receiving a certificate to acknowledge their participation in the camp.

The camp provides students with the opportunity to think outside the box, problem solve, think critically and to explore ideas, to name a few. The skills learned over the five days not only allow students to explore different ways of thinking but it provides them with a set of skills they can apply to their school and project work.

Places are limited and booking is essential. Apply online now. If you have any queries, contact Rebecca Robinson,