2021 “Reimagine Education Conference and Awards” ($50,000 available in funding)

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  • Apply Before : September 12, 2021
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Opportunity Details

  • Degree Non Degree Program/Certificate
  • Language Requirement Not Required
  • Opportunity Type : Fully FundedPartially Funded
  • Duration 3 DAYS
  • Gender MaleFemale
  • Language of Instruction English
  • Opportunity ID 45803
  • Application Fee Required No
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Opportunity Description


Reimagine Education is an international conference and competition that convenes or connects educational innovators from all over the world. The conference is a joint platform for ed-tech startups, academic faculty from top institutions, Chief Innovation Officers, university leadership, instructors, and other stakeholders in the future of teaching and learning.

The Reimagine Education conference is co-organized by QS Quacquarelli Symonds and the Wharton School’s Alfred West Jr. Learning Lab and held with generous support, partnership, and sponsorship of numerous educational and business institutions and agencies.

The Reimagine Education Awards, in other words, is called – the ‘Oscars’ of Education – reward innovative approaches that boost student learning outcomes and employability. It offers $50,000 in funding to the overall winners. Do you have a novel idea for the world of education? If yes, then apply for this conference to win $50,000 in funding!


Deadline: 12th September 2021

Organizer: QS Reimagine Education

Conference type: Virtual

Duration: 3 days

Innovators showcase: Dec 6-7, 2021

Conference dates: 8-10 December 2021

Notification of shortlisted applicants by email: October 2021

Award categories:
  • AI
  • Virtual  reality/ augmented reality
  • Best education app
  • E-learning
  • Hybrid  learning
  • ICT tools for teaching, learning,  and support
  • K12
  • Innovation in learning science
  • Best online program
  • Business education
  • Nurturing employability
  • Prsesence learning  and teaching
  • Learning  assessment
  • Nurturing  wellbeing and purpose
  • Sustainability education
  • Enhancing access and affordability

Discipline award:

  • Arts and humanities
  • Engineering & IT
  • Natural sciences
  • Social sciences
Regional award
  1. Africa
  2. Asia
  3. Europe
  4. Latin America
  5. Middle East
  6. Oceania

Why attend this conference?

  • MEET 750 Deans, CIOs, and policy-makers from top-class universities and EdTech companies, providing a ground to identify international partnerships and investment opportunities
  • DISCUSS key issues confronting the world’s educators, from the future of work to prospective pedagogical applications of VR; from the need to generate new learning spaces to the future of the university itself.
  • HASTEN your startup’s growth – engage in exclusive one-to-one meetings with top investors and CIOs
  • LEARN FROM professional keynote speakers from Google, Amazon, IBM, Harvard, Wharton, and many more.
  • FIND OUT WHO’S DOING IT BEST– meet the people behind the most successful submissions to this year’s Reimagine Education Awards – the “Oscars” of Education
  • improve your professional development – join the active learning day, featuring workshops from, and hands-on learning moments with, selected thought-leaders.

Judging process

When applying for Reimagine 2021 you will have to fill in a series of sections explaining your project. A panel of judges will analyze and grade each of these sections on the basis of their success in meeting certain criteria. However, the precise sections you have to fill out, and the score assigned to each of these sections, will vary depending upon three factors (details found on the website).

How to apply?

To apply for the 2021 Reimagine Education Awards, you must create an account or use your account if you already have and proceed in the online application process.

Register or apply now

Before applying, please consider the following tips:

  1. All applications should be in English. Applications not written in English will be excluded.
  2. All applications should be written in obvious, fluent English. It unequivocally encourages all applicants for whom English is a second language to apply –but encourages them to dedicate additional time to proofreading their project to assure that their application is clear and readable.
  3. Only applications regarding education are relevant. Particularly, applications are only eligible if they enhance teaching deliverylearning outcomeseducational equity, and accessibility, or student employability. So, do not apply for Reimagine if your project is not relevant to education.
  4. And, The Reimagine Education Awards recipients are educators, educational technology companies, and other educational institutions that are particularly working to improve (a) teaching delivery, (b) learning outcomes, and (c) graduate employability.

For more information about the conference, visit the Reimagine Education Conference.

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