‘Ingenuity’ is a tried and tested process for creative problem solving and radical (as opposed to incremental) innovation developed at Nottingham University’s Haydn Green Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship The process has a three-fold structure: defining the problem to be solved, identifying a wide range of possibilities, before finally determining the most appropriate solution. Teams must comprise 3 - 5 students.

Students are encouraged to apply as individual participants. Teams will then be organised by the UQ Student Employability Centre.

Program details

Date6 – 31 March 2017
ThemePromoting Cultural Inclusiveness in Society
HostUniversity of Nottingham
Location: Online

For successful students there are no costs involved with this online competition.


To be eligible for the competition, students must:

  • Be currently enrolled in an undergraduate program (undergraduate or honours) at The University of Queensland and remain enrolled for the duration of the program;
  • Be in at least their second year of study (ie. completed at least 6 units of credit) at the time of application, with no Academic Progression Warning(s) within the last 6 units);
  • have a minimum cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of 4.0;
  • Submit a report outlining their experience
  • Agree to be photographed and interviewed for promotional purposes

How to apply

Applications are now closed for 2017.

Program information

Applications are now closed

Need more information

Please contact the Student Engagement Team on 3365 2929 or email employability@uq.edu.au