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2019 Imagine Cup EMEA Online Finals competition


Register to participate in the 2019 Imagine Cup EMEA Online Regional Semifinals for a chance to qualify to the world finals.

2019 Imagine Cup EMEA

Do you have an idea that solves a problem? Can your idea use Microsoft’s Azure technology to solve the problem? Register to participate in Microsoft’s 2019 Imagine Cup competition. The cup competition is opened to students at any qualified academic institution aged 16 and above.

The Imagine Cup competition is about innovations changing the way we live. It is about solutions and applications that save lives. The competition provides a platform for student teams across the globe to showcase the technology ideas they create. How those technologies can not only shape their futures, but directly improve the lives of users.

2018 Imagine Cup World Finals

There are two ways to qualify for the Imagine Cup World Finals held each year. Either through the local national finals in your country or through the Online Finals.

The 2019 Imagine Cup: EMEA Regional Online Finals is opened to student teams from Europe (Western, Central and Eastern), Middle East, and Africa countries.

Submit an original idea entry by 02:59:59 GMT +0 on Wednessday 16th January for a chance to qualify to the world finals. A chance to win USD 15000 + a spot in the world championship, USD 5000 or USD 1000.

Selected Online Regional Finalist will be announced in March 2019 for the online finals.

Visit the imagine Cup website to register and submit your solution. Read the contest rules for other necessary details on the competition.

Sylvester Addo
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