Dell Technologies Graduation Project Competition for Middle East, Russia, Africa and Turkey


Dell Technologies is launching the annual graduation project competition for senior undergraduate students from universities in the Middle East, Russia, Africa and Turkey. The competition will focus on projects covering solutions in healthcare, well-being and education sectors. The winning teams will receive cash prizes of up to $5,000. The deadline is on 30 December 2020.

Dell Technologies Graduation Project Competition for Middle East, Russia, Africa and Turkey
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Dell Technologies Inc. is an American multinational technology company headquartered in Round Rock, Texas. For the 6th consecutive year, they are launching the competition in search for top talents across the region.

The competition is designed to spark the creativity of students for their graduation projects to play an active role in the Transformation of IT.

The target topics for this competition are the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, and multi-cloud. Students should form teams of three-to-six members with a faculty member as their official academic advisor and mentor.

Participating teams should submit their Projects Abstracts containing information about the problem at hand and its significance.

The papers should elaborate on the current and new solutions, expected impact of the project, technical description, and the product development cycle.

The winners of the competition will receive cash prizes of $5,000, $4,000, and $3,000, respectively.

The deadline is on 30 December 2020.


Main Criteria

Students should have a strong academic standing, validated by the Head of their Department. The correctness of the information provided by the students should be validated by the official signature and stamp of the Dean of their college/institute.

At the time of submission, all the members of student teams should not be full time employees of any organisation whatsoever, whether it is private, public, or non-governmental. No students should be listed in more than one project.

Find out more here.

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