An exciting fast-paced innovation competition!
UHack is an exciting fast-paced innovation competition - a great way to create new business ideas and develop skills to fulfil them!
UHack Innovation weekend registration is now open! For more information head to the UHack Website.
Tasmania (Live in person Innovation Hackathon)
Free to enter: Open to all staff, students and members of the community.
$24,000 worth of Prizes: great sponsors with over of $24,000 in prizes and full catering provided.
Free mentoring and coaching: mentors will provide guidance, and feedback; share any relevant experience and expertise as appropriate; act as a sounding board for ideas and action plans over the uhack weekend.
Networking and team-building opportunities: Learn new skills, meet new people, networking and team-building opportunities over the uhack weekend.
UHack is a state-wide event running simultaneously in Hobart, Launceston, and Burnie (Three locations to choose from to attend in person as UHack is a live hackathon)
UHack is a team event, with three main deliverables during UHack Weekend.
A Creative Soultion
A Business Model Canvas
You are welcome to register as a team or individual, Participants are encouraged to form teams of 4-6 people and can register today as either an team or as an individual.
Enter as an individual: we’ll help you team up or assemble a team, great way to meet others is though the meetup events and workshops.
Enter as a team: teams will need to produce three main deliverables during UHack
For more information head to the UHack Website.
Open Division: This division is open to all participants where teams can either be comprised of both students and members of the public, or solely members of the public.
Student Division: This division is open to all-student teams only.
All UHack entries will be judged by the panel against the following criteria:
- The Business Model Canvas
- Your Solution
- The Pitch Video
- Potential for Impact
University of Tasmania
Please visit the website for further detail https://www.utas.edu.au/uhack