General Rules

  • Only finalist projects are allowed to participate in the 2nd (Final) stage of VILIPO.
  • 2nd (Final) stage of VILIPO will be live. Due to time differences, different presentation times will be assigned for each country. You will be informed about your assigned presentation time and instructions for a live presentation after (up to approximately three working days) the due date of Finalist Registration.
  • Finalists/Applicants will fill out a participation form for the 2nd (Final) stage. In some categories, students will also prepare a poster. Then they will upload their posters with the registration form to the web page before the due date. (vilipo.lt)
  • Participation fee for the 2nd stage is 30€ per project.
  • Finalists/Applicants who do not submit the required information on time and in the requested format will be disqualified.
  • Integrity must be maintained at all times. Due to the new challenges that might be faced in live/online competitions, some extra time and patience could be required by all participants, supervisors and judges.
  • Any act of fraud, falsification of data or records, piracy or plagiarism, and so on… is prohibited. VILIPO has the right to disqualify any participants suspected of the abovementioned misconduct.
  • All students are required to adhere to the rules set by VILIPO. Some aspects might be subject to change.
  • By attending the VILIPO Olympiad, you and/or your guardian agree to all statements and rules stated on the web page. (Privacy policy, Terms of Service and Code of Conduct)
  • The due date for the finalist registration is 3 May, 2021. All finalists must finish their registration by this date.
  • The announcement of all gold, silver, bronze and honorable mention certificate winners will be on 18 May, 2021.
  • The certificates will be sent to supervisors.

Rules for Environment, Energy, Engineering, Programming and Robotics Projects

The oral presentation should be up to 10 minutes.

The project must be presented by the student(s) who prepared the project. If the project was prepared by two students, both students should present their project together.

The Student(s) should prepare a poster for their project and it should include the following sections:

  • The introduction,
  • The purpose,
  • The method
  • The results
  • The discussion
  • The final conclusion.

The student(s) may put their posters on a visible platform and include it in their presentation (it is optional).

Sample poster templates will be sent to finalists through their supervisors for the final stage. Students can work either on the templates provided by VILIPO or create their own.

The way in which the presenter answers the judges’ questions will influence the points the project receives.

Rules for Creative Writing Projects

The oral presentation should be up to 10 minutes.

The project must be presented by the student who prepared the project.

The Finalists will read their short story or essay up to 5 minutes (no longer).

The remaining time will be for questions from the judges and the presenter’s final statement.

The way in which the presenter answers the judges’ questions will influence the points the project receives.

Rules for Art Projects

The oral presentation should be up to 10 minutes.

Short movies will be watched by the judges at the beginning of the presentation. Students should be ready to share their movie with the judges at the beginning of the presentation as not to waste any extra time doing so.

Artworks will be shared by the student(s) during the oral presentation.
The way in which the presenter answers the judges’ questions will influence the points the project receives.

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