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DLearn University Learning Challenge

Imagine, run and deliver your own e-learning course!

Are you creative and on the lookout for a new challenge? Then the University Learning Challenge is for you!



This challenge aims to inspire groups of students to develop their own innovative e-learning from a list of topics provided by Deloitte. You will be guided by a Deloitte specialist and provided with the necessary tools and training. The selected student teams will have the chance to present their final product in front of a jury. The three first winning teams will be awarded prizes with a value up to 500€.

Take part in the challenge if…

  • You are currently enrolled in a university or higher education institution in an EU Member State
  • You are interested in gaining skills and experience with training design and specific subjects (regulatory and non-regulatory)
  • You thrive in a challenging environment

Form a team of three or four and take on the challenge!



  • Choose and analyze a topic, create the content and build a story


  • Integrate it into Articulate Storyline 360, create interaction and make it learner friendly


  • Submit your final version of the elearning to be evaluated by a jury and try to win the price



  • Students enrolled in university or higher education institution in European Union
  • In group of 3 or 4 participants maximum
  • Students in Economics, Finance, Audit, Accounting, Tax, Law, Design, etc.



  • Fully remote, from the country you live in




To apply, you must send one email per team* to mentioning:

  • Team name and details on each member (name, first name, school and field of study, email address)
  • Explain us in a short video, PowerPoint presentation, letter, etc. why we should choose your team

*Students who wish to participate and do not have a team can pre-register. Deloitte will form a team with these students, provided there are enough of them and they meet the above criteria


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