Entrants must be, or have been within the last four years, enrolled for at least one semester in an undergraduate or graduate engineering or design program at a university in one of the 22 countries chosen to participate in the James Dyson Award.
In the case of team entries, at least one team member must meet the above criteria and register as the team leader.
One International Winner will be awarded $45,000 + $7,500 for their university. An International Runner-up and twenty-two (22) National winners will also be announced. The International Runner-up will be awarded $7,500 and each National Winner, $3,500.
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