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The Hult Prize is back with this year's competition based on the theme "food for good"

  • 28 October 2020
  • 4 min read
The Hult Prize is one of the most prestigious international student competitions to support the launch of social enterprises that tackle global challenges.

Last year over 100 Portsmouth students took part and were trained in multiple workshops by Google, with the winning team representing Portsmouth in the semi-finals in London.

This year students have the chance to win a visit to the UN Headquarters in New York and to meet Former US President Bill Clinton, as well as to help build a better future for our planet and win $1,000,000 to fund your idea.

Students are being asked to come up with ideas to build viable food enterprises that will impact the lives of 10 million people in the next decade while strengthening communities, increasing incomes, feeding the hungry and creating jobs.

Want to find out more? Attend an introductory session

Join the student team leading the competition at the University this year on Wednesday 4 November at 6.00pm-7.00pm on Zoom for a virtual introductory workshop session. You’ll be introduced to the Hult Prize and this year's theme "Food for Good".

Click here to join: https://port-ac-uk.zoom.us/j/87324947392?pwd=L1VURDNHZWZmZExOYnpicFQwSDZKZz09
Meeting ID: 87324947392

How to apply

Already have a team? Register at Welcome to Hult Prize @ University of Portsmouth

Don't have a team yet? That's fine, just register your interest.

The deadline to apply is Monday 16 November.

We look forward to meeting you! For enquiries contact hultprizeuop2020@gmail.com