[Notice] 6th Hanyang University Programming Competition
Applications available on the official website by Sunday, November 3
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The 6th Hanyang University Programming Competition will be held at 1 p.m. on November 10th in the IT/BT Hall (305), room 508, at Hanyang University's Seoul Campus.
This competition has been held annually since 2014 for all students at Hanyang University (Seoul Campus). In this competition, students can participate as a team (three members) to solve programming problems. The students on a leave are welcome to join, but a team must consist of at least one undergraduate student. To participate in this competition, apply from the official website located here: (https://hcpc.hanyang.ac.kr).
In the ‘Beginner Division’ category, the award includes 600,000 won for the first place winner (one team), 400,000 won for the second place winner (one team), 200,000 won for the third prize (one team), and a special prize (five teams, announced on the day of the competition). In the ‘Advanced Division’ category, the award includes 1 million won for the first place winner (one team), 600,000 won for the second place winner (one team), and 400,000 won for the third place winner (five teams, announced on the day of the competition).
For more information about the competition, contact Hanyang University's Algorithm club 'ALOHA' (firstname.lastname@example.org).
▲ A poster of the '6th Hanyang University Programming Competition'
Hanyang Global News Team Global@hanyang.ac.kr
*with translation by Hyejeong Park
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