Global Challenge wins in the 2022 PIEoneer Real Life Learning Award
WACE is excited to announce that Global Challenge is the winner of the 2022 PIEoneer Real Life Learning Award. The PIEoneer awards recognise innovation and achievement across the global education industry. WACE congratulates all other finalists and the winners of these prestigious awards.
WACE Global Challenge enables students from across the globe to connect in multidisciplinary, transnational teams working on real projects with clients linked to the UNSDG's. Partnering with Practera for a small pilot in 2020 to now involving 500 + 34 Institutions from 18 countries has been an incredible journey.
Special thanks to our WACE members Karima Ramji, Shabnam Ivkovic , Dave Fenton, Norah McRae , Patrice Twomey and our partners at Practera Beau Leese , Zoe DeReus , Kabita Rai and Suzy Watson.
Thanks also to the many WACE members and University partners who have supported and participated in this innovative programme.
- Torrens University
- University of Queensland
- University of Victoria
- Gujarat National Law university
- Kanazawa Institute of Technology
- Singapore Institute of Technology
- Suranaree University of Technology
- University of Cincinnati
- Karnavati University
- Botho University
- Mc Master University
- German Jordanian University
- University of Waterloo
- University of Limerick
- Namibia University of Science and Technology
- University of Leeds
- University of Exeter
- Drexel University
- Aga Khan University
- Mount Royal University
- University of Central Asia
- Mangosuthu University of Technology
- University of Melbourne
- University of Western Australia
- Universidad de Guanajuato
- Walter Sisulu University
- University of Canberra
- Ashesi University
- Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University
- Uni of South Africa
- Nottingham Trent University
- Western Sydney University
Thanks also to the organisations across the globe providing projects for the Global Challenge student teams and also to the brilliant hardworking students who have made the programme such a success.