Deadline: July 31, 2014
Become the change you want to see in the world. Enter your big idea for the Microsoft Imagine Cup World Citizenship Competition. This is a global contest for the best new software to address social issues and the winning team will take home $50,000 (US). Students all over the world are invited to team up to make the world a better place. Create a desktop or tablet project using Windows, or a mobile project using Windows Phone, or a browser project using Windows Azure and you could win big at the Imagine Cup World Finals in Seattle 2014. The world is waiting!
The Imagine Cup is a skill-based competition comprised of three competitions. The aim of this competition is to create innovative and original software applications. Open to students around the world, the competition spans one year, beginning with national and online competitions, and culminating at the World Finals, which is hosted in a different country every year.
The winning team will take home $50,000 (US). Create a desktop or tablet project using Windows, or a mobile project using Windows Phone, or a browser project using Windows Azure and you could win big at the Imagine Cup World Finals in Seattle 2014. Go for it!
You are eligible to enter if you meet the following requirements at time of entry:
- You are at least 16 years of age as of 10 September 2013 and are actively enrolled as a student at an accredited educational institution that grants high-school or college/university (or equivalent) degrees (including home schools) at any time between 1 January 2013 and 31 July 2014;
- You are NOT a resident of Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan, or Syria
Up to four (4) eligible students may submit a single entry as a team.
How to Enter
To participate in Imagine Cup 2014, you must first register at www.imaginecup.com. Once you have registered you can create a team and sign up your team for the Competition(s) that you would like to compete in and start building your team.
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