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Help your school enter the C:F School Hall of Fame

by C:F Team on 25th March, 2010 at 8:52 AM CEST

At this year's C:F Summit and Finals in Bled, Challenge:Future will also recognize the top 10 most innovative schools in this year's competition by including them in our School Hall of Fame. The top school will receive a special C:F statue at the award ceremony, and the top 10 schools will also receive certificates.

And there's one simple thing you can do to help your school enter our Hall of Fame: collect sparks by actively participating on our website and in various challenges!

What are sparks?

Sparks are reward points you receive by being active on the C:F site. You can always see the number of sparks you have on your own profile, and don't forget to visit the sparks page to see different ways for collecting new sparks.

Here are some of the recently added ways for earning new sparks:

All of the finalists and winners will of course all get additional sparks for their achievements at the Finals in Bled, and you can also earn sparks by being an active C:F Ambassador.

Contributing your sparks to your school

Adding your sparks to the total number of sparks gained by your school is simple: just make sure you have your school selected on your C:F profile. If you haven't added your school info yet, click on the gray "Manage my profile" button on your profile and Select your school in the Personal info box.

Make sure you also invite your school mates to add their school info, so you can all help your school get to the top!

Is your school in the top 10 yet?

Currently, the top 10 schools with most sparks are:

  1. National University Singapore
  2. Faculty of Economics Podgorica
  3. ESCA Ecole de management
  4. Information Systems Management Institute (ISMA)
  5. Izmir University of Economics
  6. University of Donja Gorica, Podgorica
  7. Irkutsk State University Baikal School of International Business
  8. American University in Bulgaria
  9. Warsaw School of Economics
  10. Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology, Delhi University

You can see the full leaderboard on the Top Schools page.

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Miodrag Vujović

Miodrag Vujović

Faculty of Economics Podgorica !!! :)))))

25th March, 2010 @ 9:42 AM CEST

Sayanee Basu

Sayanee Basu | Action team | CF Chapters

Congrats to NUS! My undergrad Alma mater :)
It's truly wonderful to see the diversity of schools around the world!

25th March, 2010 @ 5:11 PM CEST

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