The competition was initially organized by a group of credentialed program evaluators experienced in the design and delivery of case competitions ...more






Teams of students from around the globe analyze a case involving program evaluation.

Working in their home country, they prepare a brief to convey their understanding of the key issues in the case and their recommendations for action.

The teams submit their analyses for judging by an international panel of experienced program evaluators.

Rules allow only one team per country. The competition is in English.  English-speaking teams have six hours to prepare their submission. Teams that work in a language other than English are allowed eight hours.

The team whose submission is ranked number one by the judges is proclaimed World Champion.

The competition contributes to the career development of participants. It offers a positive experience to coaches and supporters and helps advance the evaluation profession around the world ...more


A volunteer international Advisory Board is comprised of experts interested in evaluation education and capacity development ...more

Three to five international evaluation professionals are invited serve as judges for the competition ...more


The competition is made possible by the generous donation of volunteers’ time and effort, and in-kind contributions from supporting organizations ...more

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