Presentation Competition Year 10

The Business Presentation Competition will give pupils the opportunity to work alongside our student ambassadors and improve their presentation, communication and team-working skills. By having an opportunity to present, pupils will gain confidence in public speaking, develop their research skills, enhance their analytical thinking and learn to work under pressure and to a deadline.

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School Business Presentation Competition, December 2015

Pupils are asked to prepare 10 minutes long presentation on a business topic of their choice. However, the topic must be linked to a current business issue and explored in relation to either technology, environment (sustainability) or entrepreneurship (enterprise).


Chance to Win

1st Prize – £50.00 Amazon Voucher per pupil

2nd Prize – £25.00 Amazon Voucher per pupil

3rd Prize – £10.00 Amazon Voucher per pupil

Participants will be awarded a certificate from Plymouth Business School


Please register your team (4 pupils per team) as soon as possible. Registration can be done by emailing myself on: elena.novakova@plymouth.ac.uk

The competition is open to one team per school, however, two teams per school may be considered (subject to availability).

The day of the competition: Thursday 8th June 2017

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The winning team, December 2015

General Contest Rules and Guidelines

Open to Year 10 pupils

Pupils are advised to research their topic and prepare some material prior to coming to the University

It is up to pupils/teams how much they prepare prior coming to the university

Pupils will have approximately 2,5 hours in the morning to prepare or finalise their presentations and prepare for question and answer session

Each team will be allocated a student ambassador that will support the team


Judging criteria

Content: Knowledge of the subject, Focus, Quality of Argument and Expression, Answering questions

Delivery: Presentation skills, Body Language

Organisation: Sensible structure, Layout, Logical Organisation, Background, Results, Conclusion

Creativity: Originality, bright, and exciting ideas, thinking outside the box, Imaginative presentation


Link to testimonials and stories from previous competitions

Business Presentation Competition from the Academic year 2014/2015

Business Presentation Competition from the Academic Year 2015/2016

Futures School Business Competition
Business Presentation Competition, December 2015
Futures School Business Competition
Business Presentation Competition, December 2015
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Business Presentation Competition, June 2015

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