The mSchools Student Awards contest and ceremony acknowledge and celebrate students and teachers for their accomplishments during the mSchools programme. The credibility of the mSchools Student Awards has been built on an extensive panel of experts and professionals in education and mobile technologies. The awards take into account creativity, coherence and technical development.
This year, we celebrate the 6th edition on 8 June in La Farga de L’Hospitalet (Barcelona). Last year, the event hosted over 580 contestants with 118 finalist projects! Do you want to be one of them? Here’s all you need to know to participate!
The main objective of this category is to develop a mobile application that solves a real-life problem. The starting point must be the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, 17 global environmental, economic and social challenges that promote a more equal and sustainable world.
The main objective of this category is to promote projects developed and shared by students on Mobile History Map (MHM), a georeferencing digital platform and app that promotes project-based and service-based learning. MHM enables students to create content related to their surroundings and share it with the world, all while improving their digital skills
The main objective of this category is to develop a project based on this year’s challenge “Inventions that help people”, always using the free programming language Scratch.