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ICTalent Awards is the competitive showcase affiliated to the Fontys University of Applied Sciences ICT! Students from all disciplines are given the opportunity to display their best work to employees, media, Partners in Education- and Innovation, fellow students and secondary schools. Everyone is welcome with a (free) ticket! 

ICTalent literally offers a platform to share knowledge and inspiration. Our ICT students have attained a level of excellence in some of the most promising projects and products of which we at Fontys are extremely proud of. Both at our facility in Eindhoven and campus in Tilburg. We want to put this talent on show to each other and to the outside world. It is also the ultimate opportunity to get in touch with other enterprising students and the business community. After all, the business community eagerly awaits well-trained ICT professionals!  With a healthy dollop of entertainment, professional pitches, an ICTalent market in which you can personally encounter and observe the prototypes, it promises to be a spectacular event once again.

“Sharing our pride and knowledge is paramount during the ICTalent Awards”

Aftermovie ICTalent Awards 2019

Enjoy the aftermovie ICTalent Awards 2019! 

And this very nice video about the way to the final!


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Winner ICTalent Awards 2019: BiZi 25/05/2019

On Friday 24 May 2019, the grand finale of the ICTalent Awards 2019 took place in the Effenaar, organized by Fontys Hogeschool ICT. A total of eight participants showed their working prototypes at the ICTalent Market and then gave a 2-minute pitch on stage in the main hall. The three project groups with the most votes from the present companies went on to the "Last Battle." They were critically questioned by an expert jury consisting of Bart Lamot, Hanny van Hout and Daan Schoofs. The jury elected "BiZi," 2nd-year international ICT students, to be the winner of the ICTalent Awards 2019. They went home with 2,000 euros per person. BiZi came up with a solution for a typical Dutch problem: a unique navigation system for cyclists.

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