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Shaping Future Governments: Global Universities Challenge

As part of its dedicated efforts to evolve governments around the world, the World Government Summit hosts the ‘Shaping Future Governments: Global Universities Challenge’. An integral part of the Annual Gathering, the Challenge brings together over 100 students from renowned universities across the globe and engages them in an innovative competition to improve the way governments work.

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About the Challenge

 

Who are we Looking For?


Global Universities Challenge is by invitation only and exclusive to select graduate students of public policy, government relations, political science, and business administration. Therefore, the challenge targets participation from top graduate universities and schools from each continent. As a participant in the Challenge, each student has been specifically selected to represent their institution. The student is therefore an ambassador of that institution and they are expected to demonstrate themselves in the highest standards of ethics and good conduct during the challenge.


Judging Criteria


The judging panel comprises high-level government officials and C-suite individuals from renowned corporations.
The judging criteria will be as follows:

40%
Novelty and Innovation
25%
for Impact and Comprehensiveness
20%
for Viability and Feasibility.
15%
for Presentation.

Previous Winners

2019

TUCK School of Business

2018

London Business School

2017

Harvard Kennedy School


 

Previous Challenge Highlights


2019 Challenge Highlights

2018 Challenge Highlights

2017 Challenge Highlights

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