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Uniport is set to host the Hult Prize On-Campus Challenge 2019.

Organizers of the Hult Prize On-campus Challenge event are inviting students who own startups with ideas that can positively change the world to apply.

How to Apply?

Form a team of 3-4 persons,
Register here.
Registration closes 15th October 2019.


Hult Prize Challenge 2019

The challenge for this year is “Building Startups That Have A Positive Impact On Our Planet With Every Dollar Earned” HOW WILL YOU CHANGE THE WORLD WITH US$1 MILLION? See here

More about the Hult Prize On-Campus Challenge

Hult Prize On Campus gives organisers an opportunity to deliver social change by bringing Hult Prize programs to their university. As part of the On-Campus Program, organisers will be able to train, educate and inspire students by building an impact community around On Campus events. The winning team from the program will have a guaranteed spot at one of 25+ Regional Summits happening across the globe. Learn More

The Hult Prize was established by Bertil Hult and is an annual, year-long competition that crowd-sources ideas from MBA and college students after challenging them to solve a pressing social issue around topics such as food security, water access, energy, and education. The Hult family – founders of EF Education First – donates USD 1 million in seed capital to help the winning team launch a social enterprise.

The Prize is a partnership between Hult International Business School and the United Nations Foundation. President Bill Clinton selects the challenge topic and announces the winner each September; he mentioned it in a 2012 TIME Magazine article about “the top 5 ideas that are changing the world for the better”. The Hult prize has been referred to as the “Nobel Prize for students” by Nobel laureate Muhammad Yunus Source Wikipedia


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