ENACTUS WORLD CUP

The Enactus World Cup is the most important event of the year for several thousand students from around the world.

The development of student entrepreneurship allows to actively involve young people in social and economic life and opens the way to small and medium business. This model has been used successfully all over the world: for over 40 years students have been developing their entrepreneurial skills and becoming successful business leaders. ENACTUS offices operate in 36 countries, including Kazakhstan. Currently there are more than 70,000 active ENACTUS students.

The prestigious world championship gathers as a jury the first heads of well-known international companies: KPMG, Google, Microsoft, Henkel, Procter & Gamble, Unilever, Ford Motor Company, Facebook, Danone, BIC, PepsiCo, The Coca - Cola Company. At different times the World Cup has been held in London, Barcelona, Toronto, Paris, New York, Singapore, Berlin, Kuala Lumpur, Los Angeles, Washington, Cancun, Beijing, Johannesburg.

More than 550 international corporations are Enactus partners, actively support the development of this program and evaluate student business teams at the Enactus World Cup.





The ENACTUS Astana Medical University team reached the semifinals

ENACTUS WORLD CUP 2021!






IN 2020 AT THE ENACTUS WORLD CUP, KAZAKHSTAN WILL BE REPRESENTED BY THE NATIONAL CHAMPION TEAM ENACTUS TORAIGHYROV UNIVERSITY!

The ENACTUS WORLD CUP 2019 was held in Silicon Valley on September 16-18, 2019.
This year's World Cup was held in San Jose's Silicon Valley with the participation of Enactus CEO Rachel Jarosz, U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, and many others. Enactus World Cup brings together more than 6 thousand participants and 100 thousand online observers - representatives of business and education from all over the world. The honor of our country was defended by the champions of the National Cup of Student Entrepreneurship, Start-ups and Innovations - team of Taraz State University named after M.H. Dulati. The team presented projects relating to the problems of social adaptation of people with disabilities and ex-prisoners, as well as the creation of briquetted fuel as an alternative to coal.
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