Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program

A unique program allowing students to develop entrepreneurial skills for designing and managing food, agribusiness and environmental ventures.

The Minor in Agribusiness Entrepreneurship (18 credits) is a distinctive asset for undergraduate students. Experiential learning occurs through internships in entrepreneurial organizations.

Students connect with influential entrepreneurs at our Entrepreneurial Speaker Series and mentoring events.

Students pitch their venture at many start-up competitions such as McGill's premiere Dobson Cup - and emerge with start-up cash to invest in their venture.

Inspiring, nurturing, and forming exceptional entrepreneurs to create transformative impact.

Get involved. Contact Margaret Forrest

Projects Officer, Macdonald Campus

Macdonald-Stewart Building, Room MS2-082(a) | Tel: (514) 398-8613

Want to discuss your idea?

 

Eduardo Ganem Cuenca is available to meet with Macdonald students on either campus.

Agribusiness Entrepreneurship
Minor (18 credits)

Events and
Workshops

Start-up Prizes
and Competitions

Check out our
Start-up Teams