Open Education Challenge

Over six months ago, the Open Education Challenge launched to identify the top education start-ups and provide them with the support and funding necessary to make a significant impact in the education sphere, particularly in Europe.

From over 600 applications received in February, a panel of evaluators painstakingly narrowed down the competition over two rounds of selections. Eighteen teams made it to Barcelona for the Finalists’ Workshop on July 13-15, where they pitched their projects to a European Jury chaired by Lord David Puttnam and with the participation of Xavier Prats Monné, Deputy Director-General for Education and Culture at the European Commission.

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