2019 Fully Funded Travel to Berlin: The DO School Connected Fashion Challenge

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2019 Fully Funded Travel to Berlin: The DO School Connected Fashion Challenge
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2019 Fully Funded to Berlin: The DO School Connected Fashion Challenge

DO School challenge you to co-create a fashion collection that utilises wearable technologies to connect communities in new and exciting ways.

Application Deadline: 28 April 2019

During this one month innovation-focused program, participants will co-create a fashion collection which integrates technology in order to connect and empower communities. The Connected Fashion Challenge will take place in one of the world’s most innovative and trendy capitals, Berlin.

  • The opportunity to develop a concrete product that will be produced after the program.
  • Lifelong connections with like-minded passionate peers and the chance to join our global community of purposeful DOers.
  • Deep insight into the DO School Method, an award-winning, tested innovation approach used by world-leading business and non-profit organisations.
  • The ability to work with international experts in your area of interest and also learn from the diverse handpicked peer community.
  • And of course: it is great fun to see the community and the project evolving during this innovation sprint!

TUITION

Participants will receive a full scholarship covering tuition, travel cost to and from Berlin, as well as local accommodation for the program duration. Limited needs-based stipends are available.

How to Apply:

Applications are completed through an online application form.

Please submit your application through our online application platform. The application from consists of:

  • A 60-second introduction video
  • Four questions with regard to your motivation, experience, and expectations
  • A link/document to support your application

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of the DO School Connected Fashion Challenge 2019

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