From world hunger to disease to environmental change, our planet faces many challenges. But when met with imagination and ideas, obstacles turn into opportunities.
Imagine Cup is a global competition for student teams who combine inspiration with technology to tackle some of the world’s toughest problems. Every year, students come up with amazing solutions that use technology to improve education, help environmental sustainability, and reduce poverty and child mortality.
If you are a student, or know students, assemble your team together, put your thinking caps on and start imagining how you can help create a better future! Winning teams have a chance to share their ideas at the Imagine Cup 2012 Worldwide Finals right here in Australia and compete for cash grants and other prizes! The skills and experience you could gain while developing your ideas, the confidence that comes with presenting your innovations, and the access you get to influential business leaders could be life changing – as they’ve been for many previous contestants.
If you can imagine how technology could help solve the world’s toughest problems, it’s time to enter Imagine Cup 2012.
Kick-start your career by getting involved in The Imagine Cup 2012 today! REGISTER NOW
Aussie Comps: All you need is an idea at Round 1 – it’s that easy!
- Game Design – 14 Feb (AEDT) – If you love gaming and exploring virtual worlds, why not have a shot at creating a game that will make a positive impact in the real world? By entering, you’ll learn the art of game design and take the first steps towards a career in game development. Round 1 submission deadline is 14 February 2012.
- Software Design – 13 March (AEDT) – Unleash your ideas and technical talent to create cutting-edge software applications that can help make the world a better place. Get a team together and get cracking – round 1 submission deadline is 13 March 2012.
- Kinect Fun Labs – 6 March (GMT)
- Windows Metro Style App – 6 March (GMT)
- Windows Azure – 13 March (GMT)
- Windows Phone Challenge – 13 March (GMT)