2017 awards list

C.A.M.P.U.S. Awards: the 2017 winners

 C.A.M.P.U.S. Awards: the 2017 prize-winners

 

This year, twenty two teams of students from specialist colleges and universities presented their projects to a jury made up of Natixis employees.

Based on these presentations, ten projects were awarded. Twenty two teams of students came to Natixis to defend their project and try to win one of the C.A.M.P.U.S. Awards. Discover the 2017 winners and view the pictures of this sixth edition.

 

Prizes in the socio-cultural category

  • 1st prize: €5 000. Incredible India – Kedge Business School Bordeaux.

        Helping reinserting young girls, victims of violence.

 

  • 2nd prize: €3 000. L'ombre et la Plume– EDHEC

         Helping reinsertion of minors upon release from prison.

 

  • 3rd prize: €1,500. Cap'art– IESEG

         Offering artistic practices to high school students suffering from disorders such as autism, ...

  

Prizes in the socio-sports category

  • 1st prize: €5,000. Graines de Pilotes – EDHEC

         Offering to autistic children a first flight

 

  • 2nd prize: €3,000. Peace Boat – EDHEC

         During a race, gather on a boat Israeli and Palestinians students to give a message of peace

 

  • 3rd prize: €1,500. A sun is up – Ecole Lassalle Beauvais

         Providing school and sport supplies for children in Southern Morocco

 

Prizes in the sustainable development category

  • 1st prize: €5,000. Mission Burkina– Kedge Business School Bordeaux

        Offering to create a solidarity orchard in Burkina Faso     

  
  • 2nd prize: €3,000. Clean Water – NEOMA Business School

         Offering a water purification filter to a village in Sri Lanka

 

  • 3rd prize: €1,500. Maroc'eau– IESEG

         The aim is to build a well in the Moroccan mountains

 

C.A.M.P.U.S. Awards in pictures

Relive the C.A.M.P.U.S. Awards 2017 by reading the messages posted throughout the day on twitter @Natixis.com or hashtag #CAMPUSAwards.

 

Supporting students in the long term

Natixis received many high quality applications. The motivation and involvement of students as well as the excellence of the projects attest to the relevance of such an initiative.

Natixis seeks to develop a special relationship with schools and universities. This approach forms part of actions spearheaded throughout the year for students; Natixis' participation in a wide range of forums demonstrates its willingness to understand the young people's needs and to showcase the diversity of its businesses and assignments to future graduates.