2024 Hult Prize $1Million Challenge: Unleashing Unlimited Social Innovation for a Sustainable World

2024 Hult Prize $1Million Challenge

Former US President Bill Clinton recently unveiled the 2024 Hult Prize Challenge at our Global Finals event in Paris, kicking off our 15th anniversary competition with a groundbreaking twist: this year’s topic is UNLIMITED!

Criteria for participation

  • The Hult Prize Competition is operated by the Hult Prize Foundation, Inc., and is open to teams of a minimum of three and a maximum of five members consisting of full- or part-time university undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in a degree program and aged 18 years of age or older. Participants must be able to provide an acceptable student status confirmation document. The Competition is void where prohibited by law.
  • Employees of the Hult Prize Foundation, Inc, its affiliates, subsidiaries, advertising and promotional agencies, and suppliers, are not eligible to participate in the Competition.
  • Additionally, Participants organizing local events are not eligible to compete in those events.
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General Terms

  • There is no entry fee
  • Each Team will represent their university; thus Participants must be enrolled at the same university. However, Teams have the option to include one single Participant from a different university
  • All Participants must be listed on the Team’s official registration. Any changes to a Team must be in writing, unanimous, and approved by Hult Prize Foundation at its sole discretion. Participants can only be registered on one Team at a time.
  • All costs related to participating in the Hult Prize Competition or any other Hult Prize Foundation program, including but not limited to transportation, meals and accommodation, are the responsibility of the Participant
  • All submissions must be in English, and all official competition phases will be in English.
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Deadline: February 15, 2024.

Click HERE to Apply

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