Hult Prize @ McGill


The Hult Prize is a global competition that brings together the brightest college and university students from around the world to solve the world’s most pressing issues. The 2014 Hult Prize Challenge aims to build sustainable and scalable social enterprises to tackle non-communicable diseases in slums. These solutions need not be health based but may address access, education, policy and technology to name a few.

This year the Hult Prize is teaming up with Net Impact, a global non-profit organization, to bring HultPrize@ events to 10 select schools. McGill University will be one of 10 schools hosting a HultPrize@ event, which would allow participants to bypass the 10,000+ applicant pool, be chosen as the representative for the University in the Regional Finals of their choice and receive the opportunity to practice their pitch and receive feedback on their ideas. Teams can be formed of undergraduate and graduate students of McGill University.

For more information on the Hult Prize@McGill event, which will be held November 28, please click here.

For submission requirements and deadlines, please contact the team at mcgillhultprize [at]