National University of Singapore is the most innovative school

by C:F Team on 18th May, 2010 at 5:21 PM CEST

National University of Singapore (NUS) has just been announced as the winner of the Most Innovative School Award in this year's Challenge:Future competition. The award was announced by dr. Igor Lukšič, Slovenian Minister of Education and Sports and dr. Danica Purg, IEDC president, and accepted by NUS student Ibnur, also a finalist.

Ibnur accepting the award for NUS from dr. Igor Lukšič, Minister for Education and Sport, Republic of Slovenia and dr. Danica Purg, President of IEDC and CEEMAN, Chair of Challenge:Future (from left)

NUS students contributed many great solutions in this year's C:F competition, and also managed to take home the Challenge:Future Grand Award with the team Backcasters. You can find out more about the winning school and their dedication to sustainability and innovation in one of our recent interviews.


Challenge:Future would also like to welcome the following schools to the Challenge:Future School Hall of Fame for their outstanding contributions in this year's competition:

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Jatin Kataria

Jatin Kataria | Action team | CF Chapters

congratulations.. I can expect that some day we will visiit this university..:)

23rd May, 2010 @ 9:05 PM CEST

Joel Mordi

Joel Mordi

@jatin sure and congrats to all those visited

22nd August, 2012 @ 3:22 PM CEST

Andrew Crowly

Andrew Crowly

What a relief that i've found this post. We have moved to Singapore recently and don't know were to go my son to study. I like all you've said about it universitu and we will choose it. But i'm afraid that because of relocation he wasn't study very good and used to ask for help https://pro-papers.com. It will be pity if he won't study in this university because of it. I was against it.

20th December, 2017 @ 3:31 PM CEST

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