Enter to win paid internships, cash prizes and your chance to get in front of some of the industry’s biggest players. An 800 word essay or short video and a good idea is all you need to win!
We’re on a mission to find students from all over the world who are passionate about working within the construction industry.
Are you studying architecture, engineering, computer science, construction management, sustainable development, business or ANYTHING that can be applied to the built environment? Then we want to hear from you.
The Grand Challenge undergraduate competition consists of two challenges, which are described below. Pick your topic and submit your 800-word essay or 3-10 minute video before the deadline on 11 April 2018.
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What new and emerging technology will have the greatest impact on business in future years and how might those technologies be applied to the built environment, whether during construction or throughout the built life cycle?
To enter the Undergraduate competition, Applicants must submit an 800-word essay or 3-10 minute video using the official online Application Form. When submitting your entry, you must clearly select the relevant competition and Challenge to which your entry relates, e.g. Undergraduate competition and New & Emerging Technology challenge.*
What are the major skills, abilities and competencies you would expect to see in a successful leader? Which of these leadership qualities do you believe that you possess and how could you make use of them to add value to the construction industry?
To enter the Undergraduate competition, Applicants must submit an 800-word essay or 3-10 minute video using the official online Application Form. When submitting your entry, you must clearly select the relevant competition and Challenge to which your entry relates, e.g. Undergraduate competition and Leadership challenge.*
*The Undergraduate competition is specifically for people currently studying for a university undergraduate degree. However, undergraduates may also enter the Open competition if they believe that their idea is sufficiently well developed to meet the Open competition entry requirements.
THE 2018 COINS GRAND CHALLENGE IS COMPLETE
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