Former U.S. President Bill Clinton stands with Team Magic Bus, from Earldom College, winners of the Hult Prize 2016. (The Daily Star/Hult Prize, HO)
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The Hult Prize, a global accelerator for impact entrepreneurship, is launching a national program in Lebanon leaving students of the country's 27 universities scratching their heads in search of an idea worth far more than their tuition fees.From these competitions, one team from each university will make the shortlist.In April, national semifinals will be held for the 27 teams, in order to select six teams as Lebanese finalists. These teams will be admitted to Hult Prize Lebanon's national accelerator program, which will run for seven weeks ahead of the finals.The victorious Lebanese team will be admitted to the global Hult Prize accelerator program in the U.K., along with 19 other national winners, to compete for the $1 million global prize.
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