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A team for the World Scholar’s Cup is usually composed of three students but under special circumstances, may contain two. The teams are usually made up of students from the same school, but mixed teams are allowed. Students have the option of forming “independent” teams that may include students from other schools or even other countries.
Each team participates in the four standard, round events. Teams may participate in any regional round. If teams are unable to attend a regional round, but would still like to participate in the Global Round, they may qualify for a wildcard berth.
There are both senior and junior divisions in the competition. A student’s age designates which division they may participate in. Students that are below age 14 participate in the junior division, while students 15 and older participate in the senior division. For the 2019 season, a new rule has been introduced where people who are 14 or older on January 1 will be classified as a senior. Each World Scholar’s Cup Regional Round consists of four main events: the Scholar’s Challenge, Collaborative Writing, The Team Debate, and the Scholar’s Bowl.
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In addition to these four main events, at select tournaments additional activities take place. These activities are both social and academic, and strive to solidify the community aspect of the World Scholar’s Cup. At the end of June, top teams from around the world come together for the Global Round.