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Sunday, 6 November 2022

BIEA 2023 International STEM Youth Innovation Competition

The BIEA STEM Star Awards is an accreditation programme from the British International Education Association, it’s designed to encourage student development in the STEM subjects. Students' achievements in the BIEA International STEM Youth Innovation Competition is assessed at silver level.

You can now register your interest in BIEA 2023 International STEM Youth Innovation Competition by filling the form online. The organisers will announce the competition theme in October/November. Details of the guidelines will be sent in January 2023.

Theme of 2023

"Developing solutions for sustainable cities!"
Climate change. It is recognised as a global emergency, and as the increasingly catastrophic weather hits countries around the world, the droughts, floods and fires indicate that the environment is changing.
The young people of today will live in the changing world of tomorrow. The world and humans need to adapt our ways of life so that the future is sustainable.

The BIEA 2022-23 Youth STEAM Competition gives young people, the adults of tomorrow, an opportunity to cast their minds into the future, and use creative foresight to help come up with ideas to ensure that humans of the future can live in harmony with the planet.

Cities have high densities of people living, working and travelling in one area, to the detriment of the natural world. In this year’s competition, we would like you to focus on a city close to where you live. Can we use innovative ideas and green technologies to ensure sustainable buildings, landscapes and transport in cities, so that humans and nature can co-exist in harmony? Can we develop a future where fossil fuels have become a thing of history, and only renewable energy sources and sustainable materials are used?

Competition Overview
Following last year's popular online format. This year’s competition will remain online to allow as many students from around the world to participate. Judging criteria remains rigorous with experts from industries and universities.

Suggested student age categories are: 9-11 years old, 12-14 years old, 15-17 years old and 18-21 years old, although siblings or students of different age categories can participate together. In these cases, we will take the eldest student’s age to use against the marking criteria.

Registration is open now!

Rewards for your hard work
The team with the highest overall score will receive a Grand-Prize (1000GBP worth of STEM Kit). Other awards teams will receive named certificates.

See below for details of all the categories:

Check out the 2021 STEM Competition Winners List
There are a number of awards issued this year*:

Grand Prize
First Prize
Second Prize
Third Prize
Outstanding Achievement Award
Best Report Award
Rising Stars
Chairman's Award
Special Awards:

BIEA STEM Star Awards

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