ASEAN Data Science Explorers Competition

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With a population of over 600 million, Southeast Asia is one of the fastest growing regions in the world. Despite this, ASEAN still faces many social, health & environmental challenges that impede its progress.

ASEAN Data Science Explorers is inviting  youths to help shape the future by harnessing data to highlight key issues in ASEAN. Use data analytics to propose solutions that can make a difference to its people.

The ASEAN Data Science Explorers competition is designed to promote awareness and enhance the appreciation of an ASEAN Community amongst today’s youths through digital literacy intervention in the form of an analytics competition. The competition aims to accelerate the learning curve of students through a national and regional competition using the SAP Analytics Cloud tool.

 

Eligibility

Participants must be:

  1. Nationals of ASEAN member countries (ie. Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam)
  2. Full-time tertiary students currently pursuing their Diploma or Undergraduate studies in one of the tertiary institutions in Southeast Asia.
  3. Above the age of 16 as at the start of the Contest Period. Participants under the age of 18 must obtain parental consent. The consent form is available upon registration.

 

The Challenge

You will analyse one of the six categories that are part of the 17 Sustainable Goals (SDGs) from the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

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Awards

National Finals

1st Prize – Trophy, Prize (worth Eur 800) and an all-expense paid trip to attend the ASEAN Face-Off in Singapore. Refer to the Terms and Conditions for more information.

2nd Prize – Trophy and Prize (worth Eur 400)

3rd Prize – Trophy and Prize (worth Eur 200)

ASEAN Face-Off

1st Prize – Trophy and Prize (worth Eur 1,800)

2nd Prize – Trophy and Prize (worth Eur 1,200)

3rd Prize – Trophy and Prize (worth Eur 600)

 

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