Do you dream to make a positive impact on the development of Ukraine? Are you interested in global trends influencing governments? Compete. Be awarded. Future Ukraine 2030 Competition is for you!
The competition is initiated by KPMG Ukraine ain cooperation with the Kyiv National Economic University. Information partners are Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (СIMA), BUSINESS, a leading Ukrainian weekly magazine.Take your chance and send an application form and your paper by 1 April 2015.
The Future Ukraine 2030 Competition is to design solutions to aid the achievement of sustainable development of Ukraine by 2030.
The competition adopts on nine underpinning themes and aims to encourage as much diversity in suggestions as possible but in a structured format of nine underpinning themes/trends covered in the study "Future State 2030" published by KPMG International in cooperation with the MOWAT Centre.
Just as there are no single right answers to complex problems, the nature of the issued challenge demands teams to look for suggestions for the Ukrainian government that maximise economic, social and environmental benefits.
Round 1 is a virtual round: open to any individual or a team of students, graduates or postgraduate students from any discipline - where they with pitch their suggestions to the Ukrainian government.
Ten finalists (teams or individulas) will be invited to present their papers online (by Skype) or in person in the head office of KPMG Ukraine in Kyiv to a judging panel.
Finalists (teams or individulas) will compete for a first prize in two categories, namely "Students" and "Post-graduate students".
A unique element in the concept of the competition is cross-border and cross-disciplinary collaboration. Collaboration between business schools, universities in Ukraine and abroad – irrespective of their location and faculties – will help teams formulate their best possible solution. This means that teams are not restricted in team make-up (we encourage both business, social sciences and technical students, graduate and post-graduate students) as well as the inclusion of multiple proposed solutions (not just those from their own institutions).