Eligibility

  1. Teams of 2-5 undergraduate students from all accredited universities, polytechnics and technical institutes within all ASEAN countries and Taiwan are eligible to participate in the Challenge free of charge.
  2. All team members shall be students of the same university/polytechnic/technical institute, however, if the participating team consists of more than 3 students, maximum one member of the team can be a student of any other accredited university/polytechnic/technical institute within ASEAN countries or Taiwan. 
  3. Members of the student teams are not required to be enrolled in the same academic program. The format of the challenge is such that it complements the skills of students enrolled in STEAM degrees, but is not limited only to STEAM majors. In fact, student teams could be a mix of students of various academic programs, as complementary skills will allow students to learn more and maximize the chance of succeeding in this competition.
  4. All teams must have a designated faculty advisor. Faculty advisor must be an employee of the same university where the majority of participating students are enrolled.  Each advisor shall only supervise one team. Advisor will be responsible for supporting students in their work, for providing professional guidance and be responsible for obtaining any necessary approvals from the university’s authorities and administrators. Under no circumstances will the Organizers be liable for Faculty’s failure to consult its school’s authorities and administrators or for failing to obtain the necessary permission(s).
  5. Employees of the Organizers or its affiliates, advertising or promotion agencies, those involved in the production, development, implementation or handling of this Challenge, any agents acting for, or on behalf of the above entities, their respective parent companies, officers, directors, subsidiaries, affiliates, service providers, prize suppliers, any other person or entity associated with Challenge and/or members of their immediate families (spouses, children, siblings, parents) and/or persons living in the same household as such persons, whether or not related, are ineligible to enter the Challenge.
  6. 6. The official language of the Challenge is English. All competition business including registration, correspondence, and project submission, must be completed in English. 
  7. 7. At least one student in each Team must speak English fluently, and that member must be present at the final event in order to conduct their Team’s presentation, if they are selected as a Finalist. 

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