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TETRIX-The world’s largest University brain challenge returns, registration still underway

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Participation in the 2022 Tetrix global brain challenge is free and the winner is awarded a trip to five continents.

TETRIX is a challenge recognized by the Guinness World Records(GWR) as the largest university business studies competition in the world.

According to Tetrix ambassador , Hussain Akil Bharmal, the aim of the competition is to inspire and encourage participants to pursue a career in the digital world and improve their business & technology knowledge.

University students and recent graduates (between 2017 and 2021), who speak English, Portuguese or Spanish are eligible to compete.

In 2021, the competition attracted more than 154,000 participants from 84 countries.

Uganda was represented by the International University of East Africa (IUEA) student, Hussain Akil Bharmal, who finished fourth in the finals held in Rio De Janeiro.

During a live Instagram Q&A held by TETRIX, Hussain shared his unforgettable Tetrix experience with the audience and encouraged them to participate.

“Tetrix is open to anyone who is curious to learn and discover new things, it doesn’t matter what course you are doing. Believe in yourself, keep researching and practicing and trust me you will excel.” Hussain said.

Participation in the challenge is free and the winner is awarded a trip to five continents i.e. Africa, America, Europe, Asia and Oceania.

The winner is also introduced to the latest trends in digital transformation through visits to major technology companies and participation in events and seminars dedicated to technology.

Last year’s winner was a Chilean female engineering student, Francisca Avaria.

This year’s competition kicked off on 15th August, and it will consist of 60 questions, divided into 4 phases. The first two of which are online.

Phase one is already ongoing until August 28th, while phase two will take place from September 5th to October 2nd 2022.

For the first time in this edition, candidates will be able to choose a “career direction” during the second phase and will focus on topics that are in their comfort zone. 2021 Tetrix finalists

The semi-final and final phases, in which participants are judged by prominent figures in the sector (called Senseis), will take place at the VTEX office in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) on 5 and 6 November 2022.

Interested persons can register and participate now through this link, Click here https://tetrixchallenge.com/?utm_campaign=embaixador_hussain_content_parceria&utm_source=campus&utm_medium=table&utm_content=campus

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