FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
You will find the form to submit your project on your "participation space" or on the Guideline page.
All projects must have been submitted on March 30th, 2018 at 12 noon, French time.
No, according to the challenge’s rules, Valeo wants to promote team spirit so teams must be formed by 2 to 5 students.
A team member is the only one to decide if he/she wants to withdraw himself/herself from the contest by sending an email to the organizer: questionsvaleoinnovationchalle
Yes, you can provide a valid certificate proving that you are student (PDF format).
All entries must be submitted by 12:00 noon CET on March 30th 2017.
Only one project per team is authorized.
A candidate may not be a member of two different teams.
The contest jury will be chaired by Valeo’s Chairman & CEO. Its members will include Valeo’s COO, the Innovation Directors, and third parties recognized for their experience and professional expertise (e.g. scientists, designers, sociologists, philosophers).
Upload your final document on your participation space and confirm your participation by clicking on the "submit your participation" button. A message on top of your page will pop up to confirm your submission. Please see the tutorial video here. You will be able to edit your participation until March 30th.
Yes, until March 30th 2017 (noon CET), team members and projects can be changed or updated
We strongly recommend you to submit your idea as soon as possible. However, we inform you that you can modify/update your project if necessary until January 31st. (You can test your project submission before the deadline, and contact our support if needed. Don’t wait until the last minute, if you need help.)
For technical questions, participants may address questions directly on the platform from their participation space or to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For any administrative question, participants may address questions to: email@example.com
All entry submissions (videos and project presentation) must be written in English
No, this contest is exclusively for post-baccalaureate students.
Yes, teams can be formed by students from different universities, different cities, different disciplines and even from different countries.
No: to join the contest, a team must consist of two to five members (including a teacher if you wish to invite him/her to your team).
The accepted video format is mp4. You can also upload your video on a broadcasting website such as Youtube and copy past the link onto your partipation space.
Yes, several teams from the same school can compete.
A scan of your ID university card (or a valid certificate proving that you are student) and a commitment form to accept to be a part of your team.
Yes, you can add team member until March 30th 2017 (noon CET) (Paris time)
You can participate to this challenge if you still have a valid student card the day you register.
Of course, postgraduate students are eligible. The only condition is to be student and be part of a University or Technical, Scientific School when you register.