2016 Competition Format
- Teams will have two weeks to work on a case study focused on issues in education technology in Brazil
- Teams will prepare a 15 minute presentation detailing their recommended solutions to the issues presented in the case study
- Teams will come to MIT's campus to pitch their recommendations to a panel of expert judges
- Judges will choose the winner and runner-up
- Teams are invited to a networking reception after the competition that will be attended by the judges, sponsors, and other members of the education technology community
Rules and Guidelines
- Each team should consist of three-four current graduate students.
- It is allowed to have a team with members from different schools and programs (“mixed team").
- It is suggested, though not required, that team members include at least one MBA candidate.
- Multiple teams from the same school may apply.
- All presentations will become the property of the MIT Sloan EdTech Case Competition.
- Individuals with a financial relationship with MIT may have restrictions on whether they will be able to collect prize money from this competition. Please let us know if this may apply to you.
- Prize money is considered taxable income. If you are a non-US citizen, a portion of the prize money may be withheld for tax purposes.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org