Wow! Our global judging panel has concluded their evaluations of more than 170 student projects from 76 countries in our
round and they've found some incredible work. Imagine Cup student teams built projects that are fun, fascinating, surprising, and even life-changing. And now Microsoft will fly 35 top teams to Seattle at the end of July for the
2014 World Finals
Watch the Webcast!
Imagine Cup TV
is back with a special episode! We cover every single team, talk about their projects, and get insights into technology industry trends from our guests including:
speaking on the use of technology for social good in the World Citizenship category
In addition, we're very glad to announce the winner of the Windows & Windows Phone Challenge! Congratulations to Team
of Venezuela for their project
. They'll receive $5,000 and a trip to Seattle to attend the Imagine Cup World Finals!
Believe it or not, we're just getting started with the excitement of this 2014 season. Our World Finalists are now diving into their projects and getting them ready for our judges at the end of July in Seattle -- where tremendous prizes will be on the line and one team will win
a private meeting with Bill Gates
It's a real pleasure to see so many brilliant students come so far. I want to offer my very heartfelt congratulations to all the teams who competed in our National and Online Finals, to the 170+ teams who made it to the World Semifinals, and now to the 35 teams who will come all the way to Seattle. It's an honor to see your dreams made real. Keep up the great work!
John Scott Tynes
Imagine Cup Program Lead
Microsoft Student Developers