The Cities for our Future Challenge 2018 (Win £50,000 and Mentorship!)
Are you an imaginative, problem solving young professional, start-up or student involved in surveying, urban design, architecture, or engineering? Then share your transformative ideas for projects and policies that solve some of the defining issues of our time: Rapid Urbanisation, Climate Change, and Resource Scarcity.
The Cities for our Future Challenge winner will receive a £50,000 prize and mentoring with industry experts to bring their idea to life.
The Cities for our Future Challenge Prize
- A £50,000 prize will be awarded to the winner, and their idea could be made into a prototype that makes a positive contribution to the world.
- You will also get the chance to build your professional profile at an international level, potentially kick-start a rewarding and varied career, and work with experts within the surveying industry.
- Anyone can enter, but we’re really interested in hearing from:
- Students in the fields of surveying, design, architecture or engineering.
- Start-ups who want to boost the prospects of their prop-tech, green or built environment business.
- Young professionals in the fields of surveying, design, architecture or engineering.
- They are looking for exciting, innovative ideas that help solve Rapid Urbanisation, Resource Scarcity, and Climate Change.
- Judges will rate your idea based on impact, excitement, scale, relevance, and feasibility.
How to Apply
Submit your Cities for our Future Challenge entry by selecting a challenge by core topic and region of the world. The best entries will be shortlisted in June 2018, and each entrant will receive mentoring from a RICS professional to help develop their idea ready for the final global judging.
- First, choose the topic you want to tackle: Rapid Urbanisation, Resource Scarcity or Climate Change, then select the city you’d most like to create a solution for
- Read the brief and download the entry document.
- Fill in the document with your entry and then submit it online by 31 May 2018. All entries must be in English.
Deadline: 31st May 2018