Meet the Winners of iversity’s Ambassador Contest!

by Mirus Fitzner, Albert Chin and Fernando Pernica

We are delighted to announce that we’ve received over 2000 applications and some very interesting ideas from our Ambassadors! Everyone did a wonderful job.

However, honour to whom honour is due and we would like to congratulate the top performers in our competition, whose efforts alone brought more than 1000 new users!

The winner Ana-Florina Fecioru, from the University of Bucharest in Romania, came in first with the impressive feat of inviting more than 300 users to the platform. Congratulations! For Ana-Florina, in her own words, “it was a pleasure to increase the number of people who want to learn in a different and modern way. I would like to keep in touch with iversity team for new and exciting projects regarding the future of education.” You can count on that, Ana!

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For her prize, Ana-Florina has won the 1000 EUR prize, 500 EUR in cash and another 500 EUR in the form of an Amazon voucher. Gut gemacht!

Our runner-up is also from Romania: Bogdan Cange, a student at the Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies, who arrived at a very close second. Bogdan has truly embraced the spirit of the Ambassador Programme and has been helping us with information and new ideas in how to approach Romania’s academia. Bogdan confessed being “terribly excited” about taking part in the Ambassador Programme. Well, Bogdan, we are also delighted to have you on board!

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Bogdan received a total of 500 EUR in cash and Amazon voucher prizes.

In third place came Kumar Anshul, a student at the Manipal College of Dental Sciences in India! Kumar helped set up one of iversity’s most thriving groups through extensive networking. Well done, Kumar! We hope to keep working with you! 

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Kumar took home 250 EUR, also half in cash and half in Amazon vouchers.

Other participants demonstrated equal excitement. Jaideep Verma, from India, said “I’m very grateful to iversity for starting such a program for the development of students like me and others.” Mario, from Bulgaria, also shared his excitement about replacing his University’s “pre-historic” system with iversity. His ambitions are not to spread iversity only to Bulgaria, but to the whole Balkans. We’ll get there, Mario! The runner-ups all received a 50 EUR prize in the form of cash and Amazon vouchers! Enjoy!

From our headquarters just outside Berlin we follow the results of the Ambassador Programme and the Ambassadors feedback and we take it as a testimony that students worldwide are thirsty for a digital revolution on their campus!

Watch this space for more news on our Ambassador Programme!