The Hult Prize competition is a global business case competition in which competitors work together to develop a business idea which can help address the a global issue. This year’s theme for the competition is “Food for Good” — Transforming food as a vehicle for change. 🥬🍅🌽

The Hult Prize foundation is a partnership between the Hult International Business School and the United Nations Foundation. The winning team of the global competition will receive $1,000,000 USD in seed capital to launch their initiative, and a visit to the UN headquarters! Can you just picture yourself taking home that amazing prize?

Teams will be guided through the process of developing their ideas with workshops, online events, and access to industry mentors! You don’t need to have a team, you just need to be excited and enthusiastic to participate! The Deakin University On Campus team can help match you up with other members if you don’t have one. 

I’m keen! What should I do?

Head to the Hult Prize webpage to learn more

Go to the Hult Prize webpage 


The Deakin On Campus team is being led by the stellar Rachel Curtis:


‘What an honour to be selected by Hult Prize Program and Deakin University to be the 2020/21 on campus director! I can’t wait to support and work alongside the next generation of changemakers and entrepreneurs. The Deakin community and study body has always sparked new age thinking, creativity, and innovation; it is exciting to see what we can achieve through this global platform.’ — Rachel Curtis, Campus Director for Hult Prize at Deakin University