Are you a student? Do you want to work in a Dutch-Nigerian team on sustainable entrepreneurial solutions for real-life challenges in one of the sectors:
Are you able to dedicate much time and effort in the period September till November? Be welcome to apply!
The Dutch-Nigerian Student Business Challenge is an innovative business case competition where 12 Dutch and 12 Nigerian students work together on sustainable entrepreneurial solutions for real-life challenges in Nigeria’s energy, health or water-food sector. Challenges faced by Dutch companies, like Unilever, RXAll, Fugro, Heineken, Rabobank and FrieslandCampina, which are based in Nigeria.
The challenge runs from June 2017 till November 2017 and is initiated by the Dutch Government.
TU Delft in The Netherlands organises the challenge in close collaboration with Passion Incubator in Nigeria. The Dutch-Nigerian student teams are offered a co-creation programme in which the students work together both on- and offline.
In October 2017, the Dutch students will also visit Lagos, Nigeria to present their solutions at a DEMO DAY and visit inspiring organizations.
The Nigerian students have already been selected. Only Dutch students from TU Delft, Wageningen University, Leiden University and Erasmus University Rotterdam can apply.
For more information and how to apply, check the website and the attached file. Feel free to forward this email to your network of students who might be interested.
And if you have any further questions, do not hesitate to contact Jennifer Kockx and/or Ellen van Andel.