We have partnered with the Entrepreneurs' Organisation - Global Student Entrepreneur Awards to look for the best and brightest students who are set to become the next, big entrepreneur. Their vision: Empower student entrepreneurs to become the world’s most influential change makers by providing the platform, exclusive resources and mentorship needed to excel in business.
The Global Student Entrepreneur Awards (GSEA) gives student entrepreneurs the opportunity to accelerate their success, challenge the status quo, connect to an instrumental peer group and make the greatest impact possible in their community.
GSEA is the premier global competition for students who own and operate a business while attending college or university. Nominees compete against their peers from around the world in a series of local and/or national competitions in hopes to qualify for GSEA Finals.
Why should you take part in this incredible opportunity:
Supports student entrepreneurs with much needed mentorship.
Access to successful entrepreneurs.
Value package for London applicants.
Prize package for London winner including paid trip (airfare + lodging) to compete in global finals.
Amazing prize package for global winner!
Here's everything you need to know:
- Who? You need to be an undergraduate or graduate university student (full or part-time) who owns a business (age cap 30)
- Where? The London competition will be held in central London at CASS University. The global finals will be held in Cape Town, South Africa.
- When? Applications should be submitted by 6th December 2019. London finals take place on the 16th January 2020, with the Global finals in April/May 2020
Does this sound like you? Here's what previous panelists have thought of the event:
"To be surrounded by people that share similar missions and values is humbling and very powerful" BreAnna Fisher, 2012 GlobalFinalist, USA
"I love working with EO GSEA 'studentrepreneurs' because of the enery and creativity they bring to solving problems, for themselves and their local or international communities. This reinforces my belief that the future is in good hands" Stephen Shortt, EO Ireland