After graduating from Regent’s, Mint went to study a Bachelor's Degree in Biomedical science at Imperial College London and a Master’s Degree in Bioengineering, Imperial College London. Mint, who is currently writing thesis for her Masters, won the top prize of the “WE Innovate” programme for women entrepreneurs. Mint was inspired by her father breaking his arm when she was 7 years old.
Mint’s innovation is “Next generation washable cast for broken limbs”. 'We Innovate’ is organised by Imperial College London about early-stage innovative business ideas. Participants include students from all three levels: bachelor, master and doctorate. Mint competed against participants including doctorate students with this business innovation, Mint said that she enjoyed every activity and seeing herself growing by doing science projects plus improving social interaction skills. More importantly, Mint gained a lot more confidence to express her business ideas. Lastly, she shared tips for those who have business ideas “by just going for it”.
Congratulations to our Regent’s alumni.
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