A. The competition is open to university design students and recent graduates (2017) of an accredited European university. Only participants who belong to an undergraduate or graduate university programme are eligible to compete. Although the competition is focused on industrial design, product design and transportation design, students with a background in business, fashion, engineering, architecture etc. are also welcome to submit their work..
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A. The deadline to submit your entry is October 22, 2017.
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A. Yes. We accept entries from individuals, as well as for teams of up to 3.
A. Make sure the documents you are submitting are either .pdf or .jpg and they do not exceed the 30MB limit. Furthermore, do not name them with special characters (such as á,à,ä,ó).
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