Digital Education Hack

The winning teams from Mexico, Spain and Italy received their awards at the European Commission in Brussels on Tuesday 21st of January 2020. 

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On 21 January 2020, Mariya Gabriel, European Commissioner for innovation, research, culture, education, youth and sport will be welcoming in Brussels the winning teams of #DigiEduHack 2019!

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Among 130 innovative solutions, co-created in local DigiEduHack events in 21 countries, 10 finalists were selected out from 33 winning local solutions. More than 4200 people all over the globe voted for their favorite solution. The winning teams are coming from Italy, Spain and Mexico.

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The DigiEduHack steering group experts have chosen 10 finalists among the 130 solutions coming from all over the globe. Now you get the chance to vote for the best! 

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The aim of DigiEduHack is to identify key challenges for education in the digital age and co-create innovative solutions. More than 50 DigiEduHack events will be arranged simultaneously in Europe and beyond, in collaboration with local host organizations.

During the 24h events, multidisciplinary teams of educators, students and innovators will get together to develop solutions.

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Invite the people who matter to you: your students, teachers, educators and staff, partners from companies and start-ups or any other stakeholders you want to work with. Choose a specific digital education challenge that is relevant for you and engage your team in envisioning ideas and designing solutions for it.

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On 3 October 2019, tap into your hackers’ creative minds and come up with solutions in an intense Hack. Get peer support and connect with amazing people working on similar challenges from all around Europe. 

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The work doesn’t stop after the Hack. Play an active role to bring innovation in education and become part of a Europe-wide community envisioning the future of education in a digital age. In a final global award contest, the teams with the best solutions will be awarded 5000 euros each.



Event registration opens
Host organisations working on defining the challenges and planning their event


Participant registration opens


Digital Education Hack


Final global award contest

Partners & supporters

Digital Education Hack is an EIT initiative under the European Commission's Digital Education Action Plan, led by EIT Climate-KIC and coordinated by Aalto University.

EIT Climate-Kic

Aalto University

European commission

EIT European Institute of Innovation and Technology

EIT Digital

EIT Raw Materials

EIT Inno Energy

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Communication Partners

EIT Digital Alumni

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