In Italy, all students that are enrolled in a degree course in the faculty of Economics, Engineering and Computer Science can participate in the competition and graduate students (who have graduated a maximum of 6 months before the publication of the Regulation) – and have a degree in one of the above mentioned faculties.*
In Spain, all students that are enrolled in Estudios oficiales de grado in Economics and Engineering and all students that are enrolled in a Másteres Universitarios program in one of the above mentioned faculties.
24 multiple choice questions in 4 thematic areas: Emerging Technologies, Business Keywords, Logical Thinking, Business Planning and a progress bar, which keeps track of time.
Skillgame is a team game (with a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 5 participants) with colleagues from the same university.
The best 240 teams that have the highest ranking score, can participate in the next phase which is the Business Game.
The first 240 teams classified at Skillgame can participate in Business Game, a management simulation game in which Teams/Companies compete with the aim of becoming the market leader and increasing the value of their holdings. The Business Game Competition takes place online, according to a pattern that provides:
The best 12 teams will compete in the development of Contest Idea. Each team must present a synthesis of their contest idea in a clear and effective way (through the elevator pitch methodology) in order to convince the jury of the quality of an idea/project.
The final will take place at the EY headquarters in Milan, according to the “timeline” section of the website.