Opportunity Challenge

Your chance to compete for club or society funding

We'll soon be launching our Opportunity Challenge 2017 - 2018. Please register your interest by completing our form and watch this space for further details that will be revealed shortly.

Have you ever imagined winning £5,000 funding for your club or society? Take part in our Opportunity Challenge and you could do just that. Go head-to-head with teams from UK universities in our general knowledge quiz-style competition - demonstrate your intellectual prowess and you could be crowned national champions with prizes to match.

Our Opportunity Challenge gives student clubs and societies the chance to compete against each other with financial funding up for grabs to help support your club or society. We'll run separate regional heats across the UK, with the winners of each receiving a prize of £1,000. These teams will then enter the national final which will be held at an exclusive event in PwC's More London office to battle it out for an additional prize of £5,000.

We're looking for one team per club or society of between 2 - 3 people. Could your team be crowned national champions this year, reaping the rewards for your club or society? This year Queen’s University Student’s Working Overseas Trust (SWOT) were the overall winners. Could you and your team be our 2017/18 winners? Sign up here to take part in our Opportunity Challenge for 2017-18.

Conditions of entry

  • The competition is only open to full-time and part-time students aged 18 years or over. PwC reserves the right to contact the Director of Studies of the winner’s university to confirm their eligibility to take part in this competition.
  • Teams must have a minimum of two and no more than three members.
  • If you're already a PwC Campus Ambassador please note you won't be eligible to take part in the competition.
  • We can only accept a maximum of 1 team from any one club or society for each university.
  • Team names should clearly reflect the club or society.
  • Each heat will need a minimum of four teams. If there are fewer than four teams in any planned heat then the heat will either be moved to a later date or cancelled.
  • Prize money to be awarded to a registered and nominated university club or society.
  • Participants do not have to be part of a club or society themselves but the prize money will be awarded to the club or society that they have nominated.
  • The nominated club or society must remain the same for the final for the teams that win the regional heats.
  • We will not reimburse travel expenses for the heats.
  • We will reimburse reasonable travel expenses for the final.
  • Teams can only attend the heat for their respective university.
  • Use of a mobile device during the regional heats or final will result in disqualification.

Take the opportunity of a lifetime