Terms and Conditions
By applying for the ‘Summer School for Female Leadership in the Digital Age’ Programme (hereinafter referred to as the “Programme”), applicants expressly accept the conditions for participation outlined below.
The organiser of the Competition is the Public Affairs and Communications Department of the Huawei EU Office, which is part of Huawei Technologies Belgium NV, Boulevard de la Woluwe 2b5, 1150 Woluwe-Saint-Pierre, with company number BE0550614956, (hereinafter referred to as the “Organiser”).
3.1 The Programme can only be entered by persons who, on the date of entry:
- Are able to make a positive contribution to the Programme;
- Are at least 18 years old;
- Are a citizen or a permanent resident of one of the 27 countries that are part of the European Union on the date of entry;
- Are enrolled at an officially recognized educational institution within the European Union or officially have an internship at the time of participation.
3.2 Employees of the Organiser, their immediate families, and employees of partners with whom it is collaborating to set up or complete this Programme are excluded from participation.
3.3 Submission is only possible at your own expense and joint participations are not allowed.
4.1 Applying for the Programme is free, and no purchase of goods and/or services is required.
4.2 The period for applications starts on July 1, 2021, 00:00 and ends on July 19, 2021, 23:59 (hereinafter referred to as the “Submission Period”). Applications received outside of this Submission Period will not be considered for participation in the Programme
4.3 During the Submission Period, it is possible to apply for the Programme by correctly and completely filling in and sending the application form on the website www.europeanleadershipacademy.eu.
4.4 The Organiser shall not be liable for incomplete, incorrectly completed, lost or delayed entries for the nomination of candidates or for any malfunction or defect in the software designed to store the entrant's data.
4.5 The Organiser reserves the right to exclude entrants who violate these Terms of Entry, falsify their candidacy, misrepresent or make representations that violate applicable law or infringe any rights of third parties. If a participant is excluded, all prizes and benefits awarded may subsequently be withdrawn or reclaimed. In this case, a new winner will be selected according to the procedure in Section 5.
5. Prizes, designation of, and notification of the winners
5.1 The Jury coordinator will make a pre-selection of 3-5 candidates for each of the 27 countries, who he or she believes best meet the assessment criteria outlined in section 3.1.
5.2 The jury will consist of 27 independent experts appointed by Huawei Technologies Belgium NV.
5.3 Subsequently, the ultimate 27 winners for participation in the Programme will be chosen by the respective Jury member designated by the Organiser for each country, also according to the judging criteria listed in point 5.1.
5.4 The Organiser will announce the 27 winners at least two weeks ahead of the official starting date of the Programme (23rd August 2021).
5.5 The winners will be notified by email and/or via phone and, by entering, authorize their names to be released on the Programme website and social networks.
5.6 Notified winners must confirm to the Organiser within 3 working days of notification that they accept their selection for the Programme and return the Participation Contract, duly completed and signed, to the Organiser. If the candidate does not provide the necessary information within this period, their participation will be cancelled. In this case, a new winner will be designated according to the procedure in point 5.7.
5.7 In the event that a winner does not validate their selection for the Programme within the stipulated time, their participation will be forfeited and the next in rank of the 3 candidates selected in the selection of the relevant country will be declared the winner.
5.8 All candidates agree to participate in reasonable publicity following the disclosure and use of their name, image, biographical information, and submissions to promote the Programme.
5.9 Participation in the Programme is strictly personal and therefore not transferable to third parties and cannot be exchanged for money.
6. Usage rights
6.1 The entrant warrants that all materials submitted in support of their candidacy are free from any rights of third parties and that the entrant has the right to grant the Organiser the consent referred to in point 5.8.
6.2 The entrant agrees to release, discharge, indemnify, defend, and hold harmless the Organiser (including its partners, officers, employees and agents) from any claim by any third party arising out of any violation of section 6.1.
7. Data protection
7.2 Except for any liability for death or personal injury caused by its negligence, or for fraud or any other liability of the Organiser which cannot be excluded by law, the Organiser (including its affiliates, officers, employees and representatives) disclaims all liability for any loss or damage (including a loss of opportunity), whether direct, indirect, special or consequential damages in any way arising out of the Contest, including but not limited to the following: theft, unauthorized access or interference from third parties.
7.3 No account will be given for decisions of the Organiser.
7.4 In the event of circumstances beyond the Organiser’s reasonable control, or in other cases where fraud, abuse and/or error (human or technical) has or could have consequences for the proper execution of this promotion or the distribution of prizes, the Organiser reserves the right to cancel or change these terms and conditions at any stage.
7.5 If any provision of these Terms and Conditions is declared invalid by any law, rule, standard or regulation of any authority, or by a final order of a court of competent jurisdiction, such invalidity shall not affect the enforceability of any other provision if not declared invalid.
7.6 All legal relationships created under or in connection with these Terms and Conditions and the Programme are subject to Belgian law, unless the binding law of the participant's place of residence provides otherwise.