The results of Global Qualification Round 3 (GQR 3) of The Global Student Challenge are in!
The third Global Qualification Round of the Global Student Challenge was held from March 7th until April 4th 2022.
During this online event teams from universities from across the globe competed against each other by playing three rounds of The Fresh Connection. Only the top 30% of teams with the best-weighted score got the opportunity to continue to the Online Global Final which is taking place from April 30th until May 6th, 2022.
So, who are the first teams to qualify for the Global Final of the Global Student Challenge 2022?
The third out of three Global Qualification Rounds has come to an end. Congratulations to all teams!
* University ranking is based on the highest team score if more than one team qualified.
The Global Student Challenge is the #1 Student Competition in the world, which allows students to gain valuable knowledge, further develop their skills, expand their professional network, and much more. The Challenge pits teams from top business schools and universities from all over the globe against each other in the search for the world’s Top Talent in Value Chain Management.
By participating in this Challenge, students experience the life of a Corporate Executive by running their own virtual company together with their team.
Only 10% of the best-performing teams from curriculum courses get invited to one of the three Global Qualification Rounds. During these GQRs, teams from around the world compete against each other for a guaranteed spot in the Global Final where they will battle for the Champion title and EUR 10,000 in prizes!
Now that all three Global Qualifications Rounds have been completed. It’s time for the Global Final Week of The Global Student Challenge kicking off on April 30th, 2022. The qualified teams from the GQR’s will battle for the Champion title and cash prizes at the Global Final. This year, it’s going to be a special online edition.
Stay tuned for more news on the Global Student Challenge 2021! Interested in knowing more? Go to the Global Student Challenge webpage.