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Harbour.Space: Inviting Young Talent

Where would you prefer to be four years from now? Managing a bank somewhere or donating $45 billion to charity, like Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg? Where do you picture yourself working? Another faceless grey office block, or perhaps at one of Google’s dream headquarters around the world?

Where would you prefer to be four years from now? Managing a bank somewhere or donating $45 billion to charity, like Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg?

Where do you picture yourself working? Another faceless grey office block, or perhaps at one of Google’s dream headquarters around the world?

These were the questions Harbour.Space Founder and CEO Svetlana Velikanova asked a group of students at the recent St Peter’s School University Open Day.

Many of us dream of an exciting career in the digital space. Many of us also have an idea we think could be the next big thing. What most people lack however, is the knowledge and know how to make it happen. That’s where Harbour.Space comes in. As Europe’s only university completely dedicated to design, technology and science we’re committed to creating an environment where gifted young minds can evolve and emerge into ground-breaking graduates.

How do we do this? As Svetlana Velikanova explained to the students of St Peter’s, we look at all aspects of the tech world today that are helping shape tomorrow and bring them together for our students. Leading the way are our faculty members, some of the best scientists, entrepreneurs and creative talent we’ve hand-picked from all over the world. Unlike other universities, we also have an immersive learning approach where real problems, not textbook challenges, take centre stage.

Our aim is to equip students with the knowledge they need to take on the real-world and to find, nurture and shape tomorrow’s tech super-stars. And where better to start the search, than with the eager young minds of St Peter’s?

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