About the Challenge
Case competitions are increasing popular around the world as a way for students to exercise critical thinking skills using a “real world” challenge. For this international, virtual competition, teams of 4-6 students will receive a challenge relating to a pressing global health problem. Teams will be given up to ten weeks to prepare a video of up to 10 minutes in English proposing a realistic, well-designed, innovative solution to the challenge. Teams will save their videos on YouTube or Vimeo and submit the link via email for judging by an international panel of APRU Global Health Program members and other global expert judges.
Three videos will be chosen by an international panel of judges for the final round, which will be held as part of the 2021 APRU GH annual conference. The winning team will be announced at the conference and a prize of US$500 will be awarded.
(CHALLENGE OPEN from April 2-June 11, 2021)
(teams registering after April 2 will still only have until June 11 to submit their videos)
Scores will include the judges scores (50% weight) combined with the combined votes from the conference participants (50%). Only registered conference participants will be eligible to vote.
Find out the eligibility and instructions here.
Register now and the case challenge will be sent to you on April 2.