Prince Mohammad Secondary School for Boys beat off the strong competition in Amman to win the Enterprise Challenge Jordan Finals.
In the largest Enterprise Challenge to be held outside of the UK, the competition attracted over 1,500 students this year from schools across the country and saw 90 students go through to the final event held which was held in May.
The students from 15 schools who took part in the final event had an opportunity to generate scores from the Enterprise Challenge business simulation platform as well as pitch their business ideas to a panel of selected judges.
Wadi Mousa Secondary School for Girls came second in the competition and Firas Al-Ajlouni Secondary School for Boys, a school in Amman came third.
Mr. Ali Mar’e, Executive Director of Al Faisal without Borders Foundation, was one of the judges, which also included five business leaders, advisors and educators.
Jonathan Freeman, Mosaic National Director said:
“We would like to offer our huge congratulations to the students from Prince Mohammad Secondary School for Boys for winning the Enterprise Challenge in Jordan. We have been really impressed by the number of schools and students that have taken part in this year’s competition in Jordan.
“I would like to thank INJAZ, our delivery partner in Jordan for helping Mosaic to raise young people’s aspirations there and also the Al Faisal Foundation for their very warm generosity as one of our Platinum Patrons for supporting Enterprise Challenge internationally in Jordan.”