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 Results for The World Scholar's Cup - 2017 East India Round 



 World Scholar’s Cup | East India Round 

10th & 11th October, 2017 | Registration Form




 Athens. Cape Town. Hanoi. Yale University.


Four times a year, we come together as one global community: three Global Rounds, and one Tournament of Champions.
Whether you join us for team debates beside the Cape of Good Hope, a scavenger hunt at twilight on the Acropolis, or a Scholar's Bowl in Southeast Asia's most beautiful theater, we can't wait to welcome you alongside thousands of scholars and educators from nearly 100 regional rounds all across the world in this, our tenth
anniversary season.

The dates of the three 2017 Global Rounds are:
  • Hanoi: June 26-30 (Juniors) & June 27-July 1 (Seniors)
  • Athens: July 18-22 (Juniors) & July 19-23 (Seniors)
  • Cape Town: August 11-15 (Juniors & Seniors)


The dates for the 2017 Tournament of Champions at Yale University are November 10-13.

If you've already qualified for your choice of Global Rounds and need an invitation letter to begin arranging your trip, please request the letter (along with certificates of achievement) at

All other details, including registration forms, preview schedules, and hotel information, will be linked soon at
 www.scholarscup.org/calendar—which is also where those of you who haven't participated yet this season can sign up for your upcoming regional rounds.

With that in mind, if you'd like to introduce the World Scholar's Cup experience to other students, teachers, or potential sponsors, we encourage you to share the
 preview videos on our website with them—including a recap of last year's alpaca-filled Global Round in Bangkok! As always, we are also always happy to try to visit your school, wherever you may be, to give an invitational presentation or to meet with interested teachers or administrators, particularly those who may be confused by the alpacas.

We can't wait to share all of these upcoming events with you—and are so grateful to every one of you for joining us on this unlikely journey, which of course at the end of the day (and season) isn't about the Global Rounds or the Tournament of Champions nearly as much as it is about all the learning we do together, and from one another, along the way.

See you soon,


Daniel Berdichevsky
World Scholar's Cup