Shell Ideas 360

Shell Ideas 360 is a global competition organised by Shell for students to develop game-changing ideas for tackling Energy, Water and Food issues. It is more than a global competition that connects students to develop ideas that tackle the pressures on the world’s Food, Water and Energy resources.

It’s an exciting journey of learning and discovery.

Who can participate: The participation in this competition is open to any person who (i) is aged 18 or above (atleast 18 years) and (ii) is currently studying as a full time Bachelors or Masters student at a recognized, degree awarding university or other equivalent higher education establishment (an “Eligible Student”).
You can either participate as an individual or a team of maximum 3 members. Team members can be from different universities/countries as along as each team member meets the eligibility criteria. In addition, each participant/team will be required to nominate a member of academic staff who will act as a University Sponsor. This person must be identified when submitting an initial idea and be a member of the academic staff of one of the participant’s universities.
  • Stage 1: Each member of a team that submits an idea receives a 3-month subscription to WIRED’s interactive digital edition (accessible on iPad, iPhone and Kindle Fire) and a certificate of participation.
  • Stage 2: Each member of a team that submits an idea receives a subscription to National Geographic Magazine and a certificate of participation.
  • Stage 3: Each member of the finalist teams will fly to Make The Future, London and receive a personalized medal and certificate of completion.
  • The winners of Shell Ideas 360 will receive the Shell Ideas360 trophy and each member of the team wins a a National Geographic Adventure.
For more details and to participate, visit Shell Ideas 360’s official website.
The deadline for submission of stage ideas for this year has been extended to January 20, 2017.
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