The delaware Student Game is back with a bang!
Under the theme, Innovation Festival, our next Student Game gathers some of the greatest and most innovative minds from the worlds of business and IT. You'll tackle real-life challenges during a swinging 24 hours game and we’ll see each other again in real life.
The Innovation Festival
Get ready for a snappy experience! You’ll participate in a hackathon where techies and business students team up, crack one of the real-life innovation challenges and present your solution to your client and delaware coaches.
We challenge you to find a solution to real-life cases: issues or concerns that our customers struggle with. We hope you’ll come up with innovative, yet pragmatic approaches which could be further developed to solve this problem. We don’t give any restrictions in terms of technology, but we expect you to be original with your solution.
Whether you’re an IT or business student, you’ll be able to bring your own expertise to the table. Up to you to build, innovate, have fun and learn.
Join us for a festive experience: 24 hours of innovation, connection and meaningful takeaways.
March 24 & 25, 2022
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Leernsesteenweg 401, 9800 Sint-Martens-Leerne
Parking available on-site
Shuttles from station Gent-Sint-Pieters will be arranged as well, train tickets will be refunded, we've got you covered! (you'll receive more info before the event)
The Student Game will be organized according to the applicable COVID-19 safety measures, so don’t hesitate to register and enjoy this unique experience together with us.
What to expect?
Want to get coached by delaware experts?
Eager to work on solutions for real-life cases together with our customers?
Want to get a glimpse of the life of a consultant?
Ready to pitch the solution to our customers and delaware coaches?
Enjoy some festival vibes in an authentic setting with music, drinks and much more!
In it to win it? Your team might take one of our tech prizes home.
Who can apply?
We’re looking for innovative students in their final year of college or university, or graduates from the year 2020 & 2021.
You study/studied in fields such as economic sciences, business engineering, civil engineering and have a functional background; or you’re into fields such as applied informatics, computer sciences, engineering technology and have a technical mindset.
Teams will consist of four to six people with a different skillset – both functional and technical. Stay tuned!
About last year
I was pleasantly surprised by the students’ determination and sense of creativity. I heard some game- changing ideas!Thierry Bruyneel, innovation partner at delaware
More than 40 IT and business students teamed up to try and crack six innovation challenges. Let’s take a look back at this unique event.