Two UJ Student Teams Shine at QRCE Entrepreneurship Competition
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 
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Two student teams from University of Jordan (UJ) have been announced winners at a university student competition for best entrepreneurial projects ideas.
The competition was organized by the Queen Rania Center for Entrepreneurship (QRCE) on the sidelines of the Global Entrepreneurship Week 2021 with the participation and coordination of the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center at UJ.

The competition aims at motivating innovators and empowers entrepreneurs. It also seeks to raise awareness and develop students’ skills towards succeeding in the field of entrepreneurship by spreading a culture for entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial spirit.
This competition concluded the activities of the Global Entrepreneurship Week 2021 in Jordan under the patronage of HRH Princess Sumaya bint El Hassan.


Students Bayan Al-Abdallat and Wasan Muhammad from the School of Business received the second place award for their project; a Waste Water Management System.


Third place award went to Abdullah Muhammad Saeed and Taha Nabrisi from the School of Medicine for their Virtual Clinic project. The two students presented an idea for an interactive educational platform for medical professions training based on global guidelines in order to reduce medical errors, unnecessary tests, and additional costs.


Prior to participating in the competition, the teams received training at the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center to raise their capacities to compete and reach the finals.
QRCE also honored the Center at the closing ceremony for it contribution in the success of Week. During five days, the center has held more than 11 events that saw more than 400 participations.

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