The ICTalent Awards is the competitive showcase of Fontys School of ICT! Students from all study programs are being given the chance to show their best work to teachers, media, Partners in Education, fellow-students and parents.
ICTalent Award is leading, innovative and is always looking for a new challenge. It offers inspiration and induces the sharing of knowledge between students from various fields of study, but also between students and the companies of the Brainport regio. Beautiful and innovative projects are being realised at the Fontys School of ICT and we can be proud of them.
14.00: Welcome visitors
14.15 - 15.00: ICTalent Markt
15.15 - 17.00: ICTalent Awards
17.00 - 18.00: Drinks
18.00: End of event
17.04.2019 Eindhoven (Strijp)
24.05.2019 Eindhoven (Effenaar)
The qualification rounds will be held in January (29 and 31 January 2019) and April (8 and 10 April). From these rounds, the best participants will be selected for the semi-final on April 17 at our location at Strijp TQ. The best 8 candidates make it to the final at De Effenaar!
The participants of the ICTalent Awards have to convince the audience during the final at The Effenaar and gather as many votes for their product as they can. Do they succeed? In that case they will come face to face in the "last battle", before an expert jury. The winner will take the ICTalent Award home and receives a cheque worth of 2000 euro per person so as to be able to further work out their talent or the product. Besides that, there is also the Audience Award 2019 and the Exposure Award 2019.
Enjoy the aftermovie ICTalent Awards 2019!
And this very nice video about the way to the final!
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.Read more