International Virtual Innovation Challenge

The GXC International Virtual Innovation Challenge is a unique action-learning experience for bachelor students. Public governmental and non-governmental organizations propose innovation challenges that can be solved through digital technologies. Next, students from HM Hochschule München University of Applied Sciences (HM) and its strategic partner institutions dive in an international virtual action-learning course.


Students are divided into international interdisciplinary teams and follow an innovation process to tackle the proposed challenges and prototype solutions. The course includes video lectures and dynamic weekly live sessions with a professor for content input and additional tutoring and team coaching sessions with industry experts to advise on prototyping and mentor students in the challenges of remote international teamwork.


  • Curriculum

  • Curious about the challenges?

  • Why take part? – Benefits

    • Sharpen your intercultural and international collaboration skills
    • Learn about innovation processes
    • Acquire multidisciplinary project management skills
    • Learn to prototype using design techniques and digital technologies
    • Boost your CV with a certificate of participation upon successful completion
    • Grow your personal network and connect with international students and experts from different fields


    Check out what other students have to say about their experience and how they have benefited. You can find their testimonials in this brief video documentation of our online course as well as on this website.


  • When?

  • Who can apply?

  • Application process

Program Manager

Dr. Audrey Stolze
Room: T 1.008

Tel.: 089 1265-4273
Fax: 089 1265-4380

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Project Coordinator

Andrea Schramm
Room: T 1.008

Tel.: 089 1265-4282
Fax: 089 1265-4380

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Testimonials

Check out what other students have to say about their experience!

News

15 Dec 2020
Successful final presentations

Project presentation by students at the International Virtual Innovation Challenge


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