"SIFE World Cup 2010"
SIFE World Cup 2010 www.sife.org www.sife.org/worldcup Quick Facts* Event Information Competing Teams: 40 Los Angeles, USA Students: 1,000 Sunday 10 October – Tuesday 12 October Anaheim Marriott Hotel Faculty & Administrators: 100 700 West Convention Way Judges/Business Guests: 400 Anaheim, California 92802 USA *Attendance numbers are estimates SIFE World Cup Every country that operates a SIFE national organization is eligible to send a national champion team to 2009 Results the SIFE World Cup, where they will present the results of their community outreach projects to panels of Champion: business leaders serving as judges. Through a written annual report and live audio visual presentation, French University in Egypt teams will be evaluated based on how successful they were at creating economic opportunity for others. Egypt 1st Runner Up: Competing teams are divided among eight opening round leagues, each with approximately five teams. Alpha Arts and Science College From the opening round of competition, two teams from each league advance to the semi-final round with India four teams winning a spot in the final round of competition. Eventually one team will be declared the best 3rd Place: among the more than 1,300 active SIFE teams and earn the title of SIFE World Cup Champion. Memorial University of Newfoundland Canada The SIFE World Cup is a showcase of the impact that SIFE teams are achieving around the world and 4th Place: brings together an international network of student, academic and business leaders. In addition to the University of Mannheim competition, events such as the culture fair provide an exhibit of the rich diversity of cultures represented Germany within SIFE. Multiple receptions, lunches and dinners, along with special events such as the Top to Top Forum and Top to Future-Top Forums further enhance the opportunities for participants to connect, Past SIFE World collaborate and learn from one another. Cup Locations Berlin, Germany: 2009 Singapore: 2008 New York, New York: 2007 Program Highlights Paris, France: 2006 Sunday 10 October Tuesday 12 October Toronto, Canada: 2005 • SIFE Cultural Fair • Top to Top Forum Barcelona, Spain: 2004 • Opening Ceremony • Top to Future-Top Forum Mainz, Germany: 2003 • Semi-Final Round of Competition Amsterdam, Netherlands: 2002 London, England: 2001 Monday 11 October • Final Round of Competition • SIFE World Cup Sponsor Fair • Final Round Competition Awards Ceremony • Opening Round of Competition For more information • Opening Round Competition Awards Ceremony or to register, visit: • Executive Reception and Dinner www.sife.org/worldcup SIFE World Cup Eligible Countries Albania, Australia, Azerbaijan, Brazil, Canada, China, Egypt, France, Germany, Ghana, Guatemala, India, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Korea, Kyrgyzstan, Malaysia, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Philippines, Poland, Puerto Rico, Russia, Senegal, Singapore, South Africa, Swaziland, Sweden, A head for business. A heart for the world. SM Tajikistan, Thailand, Tunisia, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States, Vietnam, Zimbabwe Updated as of 02/05/2010 SIFE World Cup 2010 www.sife.org www.sife.org/worldcup Quick Facts* Sponsors Competing Teams: 40 Students: 1,000 Faculty & Administrators: 100 Judges/Business Guests: 400 *Attendance numbers are estimates SIFE World Cup 2009 Results Champion: French University in Egypt Egypt 1st Runner Up: Alpha Arts and Science College India 3rd Place: Memorial University of Newfoundland Canada 4th Place: University of Mannheim Germany Past SIFE World Cup Locations Berlin, Germany: 2009 Singapore: 2008 New York, New York: 2007 Paris, France: 2006 Toronto, Canada: 2005 Barcelona, Spain: 2004 Mainz, Germany: 2003 Amsterdam, Netherlands: 2002 London, England: 2001 For more information or to register, visit: www.sife.org/worldcup A head for business. A heart for the world. SM Updated as of 02/05/2010