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Multidisciplinary Teams

Your team should be composed of students with varied and complementary profiles, e.g. town planners, architects, engineers, humanities and social sciences, history, geography, sociology, etc. Foreign students and/or students who have lived or studied abroad may be able to provide inspiration from the stations in other countries.

The diversity of your team’s expertise will be one of the criteria on which your project will be evaluated.


A team shall be composed of 2-4 members..



At a minimum, your proposal should consist of a detailed and compelling presentation of your ideas (Powerpoint, Keynote, Prez, or other) plus a one-page summary (Word doc) containing information on team background and your main conclusions.

You may add text or audio comments to provide additional details to your presentation slides.

Additional media (videos, animation, models, research, etc.) to further illustrate and explain your proposal, i.e. consistency with the project objectives, feasibility, desirability, etc. will be favorably viewed by the jury.

Creativity, rigor and clarity will be rewarded.

Managers at Bouygues Construction will be available throughout the project to address questions that your team may have.

Teams that provide a draft presentation before July 31st will receive feedback allowing them to strengthen their final presentations (due September 10, 2011) and enhance their chances of winning. 

Final proposals are due no later than September 10, 2011. No materials will be accepted after this date.

Teams of 2 to 4


  • 1Trip to the International city of your choice
  • 2A journey of 4 days and 3 nights in a major European city
  • 3A weekend in the European capital of your choice


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