Recently, Huawei concluded the Huawei ICT Competition 2022-2023 with Global Finals during an event in Shenzhen, China. This year’s competition is the largest offline competition in history.
Huawei ICT Competition 2022-2023 counts 120000 students from 74 countries and regions, 2000+ colleges and universities, and more than 120000 students took part in the competition. Also, 146 teams and 429 college students from different countries and regions entered the global finals.
The special prize of the network track in the practice competition was the first network team of Shenzhen Vocational and Technical College. The first network team of Guilin University of Electronic Science and Technology. The first network team of Guangzhou Business School.
Meanwhile, the first network team of Changjiang Normal University, and the Hunan Industrial Vocational Technology Team. The second team of the college network, the first team of Guilin University of Electronic Science and Technology, and the first team of Shenzhen Vocational and Technical College.
Stefania Giannini, UNESCO Assistant Director-General for Education, also praised Huawei for raising global talent. She said that the Huawei ICT Competition not only improved the digital skills of participating students but also sought reality for the sustainable development challenges the world is facing. UNESCO is very supportive of Huawei’s work for the education industry, hoping to improve global connectivity and digital skills.
“Digital talents and digital skills will become the foundation of the development of the digital economy. In the future, Huawei will bring ICT education resources to more schools around the world. 7,000 colleges and universities have jointly established the Huawei ICT Academy, which trains more than 1 million students a year, extensively improves students’ digital literacy and skills, and builds a thriving and inclusive digital world.” said Xiao Haijun, President of Huawei Enterprise Business Global Partner Development and Sales Department.
For your information, Huawei Future Seeds 2.0, the Huawei ICT Competition aims to create an international competition and exchange platform for college students around the world and improve students’ ICT knowledge and practical ability. By the end of 2022, the number of Huawei ICT Academy partner schools will exceed 2,200, with an annual training of more than 200,000 students. Since the first session was launched in 2015, more than 580,000 students have participated, covering 85 countries and regions around the world.