University of Toronto’s Global Challenges Hackathon

The Global Learning Case Competition invited student solutions to increase accessible and innovative educational mobility opportunities for Canadian post-secondary students. Over a 36-hour period, students from across the University of Toronto campuses and students from international partner universities worked in teams to conceptualize and present a career-relevant and cost-effective university global learning program. The criteria for evaluating the proposed interventions included increasing accessibility for underrepresented student populations; having clear links to personal and professional success; having solutions that can thrive and pivot during times of crisis; creativity and innovation; and feasibility.

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