Student Teams’ resulting project proposals will be judged on the use of innovation, the quality of their evaluation process for the project design, and the team’s development of appropriate benchmarking measures for civil society engagement, impact, effectiveness and sustainability.

Student Teams will first compete in a first round competition (at the end of April or early May 2018) where they will submit a formal strategic framework and give a 10-minute presentation of their project plan, followed by a 10-minute exchange with the Judges.

Winners of the First Round will then fine tune their projects and compete in the Inter-University Competition in mid May.

The winning team’s Action Partner will receive 10,000 EUR for project implementation.