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What is the World Scholar’s Cup? 


World Scholar's Cup (略称:WSC) は、アメリカ資本の教材制作会社であるDemidec (代表:Daniel Berdichevsky) が企画、運営している大会で、中高生の総合的な教養を競う大会です。




The World Scholar’s Cup is a “celebration of learning; which brings together middle school and high school students from all over the world to learn, and inspire each other. Founded by Daniel Berdichevsky, CEO of Demidec in 2006, WSC has developed into an international competition with more than 3200 participants from over 50 countries. Scholars form a team of three, and compete the scores of debate, collaborative writing, a collective test, the “Scholar’s challenge” and a quiz the “Scholar’s bowl”. Top teams in each country’s regional round qualify for the global round, and select high-achieving teams in the global rounds can move onto the Tournament of champions; which is held in Yale University every year in November. For the 2018 competition, there will be 3 global rounds in Kuala Lumpur, Barcelona, and Melbourne, and over 100 students from japan participated in each competition.