Students will assist on various projects before producing a presentation following their secondment. Image: AntMac/Wikimedia Commons.

The University of Cambridge Judge Business School is looking to repeat last year’s successful renewable energy request for proposals with another request this year.

Last year Judge Business School sought projects within the UK’s renewable energy sphere for its students to work on under its Management of Technology and Innovation (MoTI) project.

The project allows the universty’s MPhil students to offer its services to companies operating in a technological field, with teams of between four and six students working as consultants to aid in the development of a new product or expansion of an existing one.

Students work on a part-time basis and are charged no consultancy fees, but are expected to meet any associated expenses.

Companies interested in participating within the project are encouraged to submit proposals before a deadline of Monday 14 November 2016.

Work under the project is then conducted between 18 January and 3 March 2017, with students presenting the results of their work between 6 March and 17 March 2017.

More information on the project can be found here, while full project details and proposals forms can be requested by contacting [email protected].