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The Pitch@School programme includes a flexible 6-week online course with onsite workshops, training, and supporting activities for students to learn from prominent entrepreneurs, get mentorship by industry experts to develop and deliver a winning pitch.


 Brought to you by the Global Entrepreneurship Network Thailand (GEN Thailand)


The opportunity to network and solve real-world problems by submitting a pitch deck.

Virtual Team Meeting
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Top teams will have the opportunity to compete at Pitch Day, pitching their solutions to a panel of judges.


School Mentors who will guide students to develop and deliver a successful pitch.

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Get experience and guidance on how to deliver an impressive pitch. 


Get a Blockchain Certificate that students can add to their LinkedIn. 

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Track your student's progress over time on the Pitch@School Platform

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All schools will receive a Pitch @ School account, for educators to track the progress of the teams and students under their care.

This will allow schools, educators and mentors to manage the progress of each team, to prepare them for Pitch Day.


Selected Client Schools

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Secondary Schools, Middle Schools and High Schools

Raffles Institution
Anglo-Chinese School Independent Hwa Chong Institution
CHIJ St Nicholas Girls’ School Loyang Secondary School
Yuying Secondary School
Catholic High School
Methodist Girls’ School
Cedar Girls Secondary School
St Gabriel’s Secondary School Commonwealth Secondary School Broadrick Secondary School Hillgrove Secondary School Anderson Secondary School Bowen Secondary School
Nanyang Girls’ High School
Yusof Ishak Secondary School

United World College South East Asia GEMS World Academy
Global Indian International School

Junior Colleges, Polytechnics & Senior High Schools

Raffles Junior College Innova-Yishun Junior College Anderson Serangoon Junior College Tampines Junior College
Eunoia Junior College
Temasek Polytechnic
Ngee Ann Polytechnic
Republic Polytechnic
Nanyang Polytechnic
Singapore Polytechnic

Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts
School of Science and Technology International Community School, Bangkok

Lawrence S Ting School, Ho Chi Minh

Colleges & Universities

National University of Singapore NUS School of Public Policy Nanyang Technological University Nanyang Technopreneurship Centre NTUitive

Singapore Management University
SMU Institute of Innovation & Entrepreneurship SMU Real Business
Singapore University of Technology and Design Singapore University of Social Sciences Singapore Institute of Technology
Singapore Institute of Management University Murdoch University, Singapore

BINUS University. Jakarta
Fulbright University Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh Murdoch University, Dubai
Murdoch University, Perth
Yale-NUS College
Chulalongkorn University Faculty of Medicine Chula Medical Innovation Centre

International Community School (ICS)
Bangkok, Thailand

'I enjoyed the programme as it really opened my eyes on how companies and entrepreneurs have to find a real problem and I learnt the steps to form a successful company.'


'This programme was very helpful in the way of actually starting up a business. I feel very lucky to be in this program.'

- Sungmin

‘The concepts that Reactor School taught were so simple and approachable. I wish to apply this knowledge to create more businesses. Really hope to work with them again in the future!’

‘This has been one of the most memorable training programmes I have ever attended. Most of the included activities have taught me new skills which I can use in my life. It’s just impressive.’ 

Chulalongkorn Medical Innovation Center
(Chulalongkorn University) Bangkok, Thailand 

Fulbright University Vietnam x Lawrence S Ting School

'I honestly think the programme really showed me how entrepreneurs work and how sometimes, ideas are really hard to elaborate. I've never done a pitch before, so this experience really helped me understand it.'

- Ngo Tố Uyên

'This program has been inspirational and informative enough for me to start my entre journey.'

- Nguyen Phung Nhat Khoi

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Selected Client Schools



  • Who are the organizers of Pitch at School Thailand?
    The Pitch at School programme is led and organized by Global Entrepreneurship Network Thailand, affiliated with the Global Entrepreneurship Network which operates a platform of projects and programs in 180 countries aimed at making it easier for anyone, anywhere to start and scale a business. We celebrate, understand, support and connect entrepreneurs and those who champion them. The Pitch at School programme is supported by a consortium of innovative startups, passionate mentors and coaches, entrepreneurial individuals, as well as corporate sponsors.
  • How much is the participation fee?
    Pitch at School offers school license and the course is tailored to schools' requirements. Please contact us for details on the package. Pitch@School user licenses are designed for both Private & Public schools
  • Is the program only conducted in English?
    Pitch@school is primarily an English language programme although many training and coaching can do include Thai language. The Bootcamp and pitching competition will be in English as we seek to encourage more students to practice English as the global language of business.
  • When can I join the Pitch@School Programme?
    It is recommended that you can register 2 months before and 1 month after the start of each semester. Pitch@school operates two semesters and 2 competitions a year. - 1st Semester From May to October - 2nd Semester from November to April the following year.
  • How many competitions are there a year and when?
    There are two Pitch@school competitions a year towards the end of each semester in April and October. The dates of the competitions will be announce at the begining each semester subject to change.
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