‘World’s Challenge Challenge’: be the change you want to see in the world!

Date of news: 2 November 2017

The ‘World’s Challenge Challenge’ is an international student pitch competition on sustainability issues. It is an initiative of Western University in Canada. At this annual competition student teams of 3 present their contribution to the solution of a global problem such as poverty, inequality, environmental issues, in 5-7 minutes. International partners, like Radboud University, have been invited for this competition as well. This means that Radboud teams can also register to compete in the Nijmegen preliminary rounds. These rounds will lead to 1 winning team which will represent our university ar the global finals in Canada in June 2018!
That in itself already is a great experience, but you can also win impressive prize money to help realise these plans.

Last edition the Radboud team came second and won $ 15,000 (CAD)!

Would you also like to be part of the World’s Challenge Challenge? Then form a team of 3 (fulltime) students and register before 14 January 2018 for the Nijmegen preliminary rounds. The winning team of the Radboud finals on 28 February will compete in the international finals which will take place in Canada from 3 until 8 June 2018.

Want to know more, also about conditions and registration? Or are you looking for team members? Then join our information meeting on Tuesday 21 November from 12.30 -13.30 h., Erasmus building, E2.54.
You can also visit the website.