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First Year Accounting Competition ANZ (Semester 1) 2023

You must agree to the following terms and conditions to be eligible for the awards for this competition:

  • The competition is open to first-year accounting students enrolled in an Australian or New Zealand third level Educational Institute (including PolyTechnics). 

  • Participants must:

    • be over the age of 16,

    • be enrolled as a first-year accounting student in an Australian or New Zealand third level Educational Institute (including PolyTechnics) and,

    • register to the Quitch ‘First Year Accounting Competition’ class with their Australian or New Zealand University/Educational Institution email address.

  • Quitch reserves the right to verify the validity of the entrants and disqualify anyone who is not eligible. 

  • The Quitch app is the platform for the competition. The promoters are the Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand (AFAANZ)Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ) and MYOB.

  • The competition commences at 9:00 AM (AEST) on Thursday 4 May 2023 and finishes at 5:00 PM (AEST) on Wednesday 12 July 2023.

  • $3,500 AUD total cash prize pool.

  • First prize $1,000, second prize $700, third prize $300 for placement on the leaderboard:

    • This is a game of skill, applying your knowledge by answering quizzes.

    • Points are calculated into fractional numbers, but only displayed in rounded, whole numbers. The order on the leaderboard is determined by the fractional calculation of points. When there is a tie in the fractional points calculation, this tie is broken by looking how much time was taken in answering questions.

    • Prizes are awarded based on leaderboard position, there is no split prize due to tie in points.

    • Winners will have one week to accept the prize before it will be awarded to the next highest-ranked participant on the leaderboard.

    • Winners will be published on social media on Monday 17 July 2023. 

  • 10 x weekly $50 gift cards ($500):

    • This is a game of chance, the winner will be chosen by a draw.

    • The winner must have attempted questions.

    • Winners will be drawn each Wednesday for 10 weeks (starting from Wednesday 10 May 2023 at 5:00 PM (AEST)). Winners will be published on social media on the following Friday.

    • Winners will have one week to accept the prize before it is drawn again.

    • Only one prize will be awarded per person.

  • $500 educator prize:

    • Awarded to the top student’s educator.

  • Winners will be contacted via their university/institution email address.

  • Winners will be published on https://quitch.com/competition by 17 July 2023.

  • By participating, students agree to the Quitch privacy policy.

  • The competition terms are governed by Victoria, Australia.

 

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National Accounting Competition Ireland 2023

You must agree to the following terms and conditions to be eligible for the awards for
this competition:

  • The competition is open accounting students enrolled in a University/Technological University or Institute of Technology (IT) in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.

 

Participants must:

  • be over the age of 18,

  • be enrolled as an accounting or business student in a University or IT in the Republic of Ireland or Northern Ireland and,

  • register to the Quitch ‘National Accounting Competition Ireland’ class with their Republic of Ireland or Northern Ireland college email address.

 

Quitch reserves the right to verify the validity of the entrants and disqualify anyone who is not eligible. 

 

Quitch app is the platform for the competition. The promoters are CPA Ireland (The Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Ireland)

 

  • The competition commences at 9:00 AM (GMT) on Monday 06 February 2023 and finishes at 10:00 PM (GMT) on Sunday 23 April 2023.

  • This is a game of skill, applying your knowledge by answering quizzes. Quizzes are posted weekly, where consistently answering these correctly and often will place you higher on the leader board.

  • €3400 total cash prize pool.

  • First prize €1,000, second prize €600, third prize €300 for placement on the leader board. 

  • When there is a draw in points, the leader board prioritises the number of correct answers. If there’s still a tie we use the total time taken submitting answers. The winners of the competition shall practice the questions multiple times and therefore position higher on the leader board. Prizes are awarded based on leader board position, there is no split prize due to a tie in points.

  • Winners will have one week to accept the prize before it will be awarded to the next highest ranked participant on the leader board.

  • 10 x €100 weekly prizes (€1,000): The winner of the weekly prize will be chosen by random by a draw.

  • Winners will be drawn each Sunday for 10 weeks (starting from Sunday 12 February 2022) at 10:00 PM. Winners will be published on Quitch's Instagram handle (@quitchapp) and CPA Ireland's Instagram handle (@cpaireland) along with other social media platforms, as well as the Quitch and CPA Ireland websites on the following Tuesday. Winners will be contacted via their University/IT email address by CPA Ireland.

  • Only one prize will be awarded per person.

  • €500 educator prize awarded to the top student’s University or IT.

  • Winners will be contacted via their University or IT email address.

  • Winners will be published on https://quitch.com/competitions & https://www.cpaireland.ie/become-a-student/Why-Choose-CPA/quitch-competition on Thursday 27 April 2023.

  • By participating, students agree to the Quitch privacy policy.

  • By participating, students agree to Quitch sharing the participants data with CPA Ireland for marketing purposes and agree to be contacted by CPA Ireland with marketing communications.

  • The competition terms are governed by Victoria, Australia.

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WINNERS

First prize €1,000 – Chenlu Lin (Technological University of the Shannon)

Second prize €600 – Alexandra Kuran (Technological University of the Shannon)

Third prize €300 – Gary McClintock (Atlantic Technological University)

Educator prize €500 –  (Technological University of the Shannon)

Weekly €100 prize

Week 1 – Aine McCormack (University College Cork)
Week 2 – Aoife Max (University of Limerick)
Week 3 – Marzena Wator (Munster Technological University)
Week 4 – Karina Conachey (Munster Technological University)
Week 5 – Amy O’Reilly (University College Cork)
Week 6 – Nathanael Anumenechi (Griffith College)
Week 7 – Claudia McCarthy (University College Cork)
Week 8 – Charlie Baby (National College of Ireland)
Week 9 – Kate Kelly (Cork Institute of Technology)
Week 10 – Gintaute Vindasiute (National College of Ireland)

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First Year Accounting Competition ANZ (Semester 2) 2022

You must agree to the following terms and conditions to be eligible for the awards for this competition:

  • The competition is open to first-year accounting students enrolled in an Australian or New Zealand third level Educational Institute (including PolyTechnics). 

  • Participants must:

    • be over the age of 16,

    • be enrolled as a first-year accounting student in an Australian or New Zealand third level Educational Institute (including PolyTechnics) and,

    • register to the Quitch ‘First Year Accounting Competition’ class with their Australian or New Zealand University/Educational Institution email address.

  • Quitch reserves the right to verify the validity of the entrants and disqualify anyone who is not eligible. 

  • The Quitch app is the platform for the competition. The promoters are Quitch, the Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand (AFAANZ) and MYOB.

  • The competition commences at 9:00 AM (AEDT) on Wednesday 17 August 2022 and finishes at 5:00 PM (AEST) on Friday 28 October 2022.

  • $1,900 AUD total cash prize pool.

  • First prize $500, second prize $300, third prize $100 for placement on the leaderboard:

    • This is a game of skill, applying your knowledge by answering quizzes.

    • Points are calculated into fractional numbers, but only displayed in rounded, whole numbers. The order on the leaderboard is determined by the fractional calculation of points. When there is a tie in the fractional points calculation, this tie is broken by looking how much time was taken in answering questions.

    • Prizes are awarded based on leaderboard position, there is no split prize due to tie in points.

    • Winners will have one week to accept the prize before it will be awarded to the next highest-ranked participant on the leaderboard.

    • Winners will be published on social media on Friday 11 November 2022. 

  • 10 x weekly $50 gift cards ($500):

    • This is a game of chance, the winner will be chosen by a draw.

    • The winner must have attempted questions.

    • Winners will be drawn each Wednesday for 10 weeks (starting from Wednesday 24 August 2022 at 5:00 PM (AEDT)). Winners will be published on social media on the following Friday.

    • Winners will have one week to accept the prize before it is drawn again.

    • Only one prize will be awarded per person.

  • $500 educator prize:

    • Awarded to the top student’s educator.

  • Winners will be contacted via their university/institution email address.

  • Winners will be published on https://quitch.com/competition by 11 November 2022.

  • By participating, students agree to the Quitch privacy policy.

  • The competition terms are governed by Victoria, Australia.

 

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WINNERS

First prize $500 – Imogen Lowe (University of Waikato, NZ)

Second prize $300 – Kate Christiane Javier (Swinburne University, AU)

Third prize $100 – Ben Saunders (University of Auckland, NZ)

Educator prize $500 – Terrance Feng (University of Waikato, NZ)

Weekly prize

Week 1 – Wen Jia Ma (University of Western Australia)
Week 2 – Ayush Upadhyay (Swinburne University)
Week 3 – Jie Xin Siow (University of Western Australia)
Week 4 – Connor Mitchell (Lincoln University, NZ)
Week 5 – Gil Arad (Swinburne University)
Week 6 – Nicole Sullivan (Lincoln University)
Week 7 – Ian Costa (University of Technology Sydney)
Week 8 – Priya Gurung (Monash University)
Week 9 – Ben Saunders (University of Auckland)
Week 10 – Terrence Reynard (Swinburne University)

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VCE Business Management
Competition 2022

You must agree to the following terms and conditions to be eligible for the awards for this competition:

  • The competition is open to all Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) students completing units 3 & 4 Business Management. 

  • Participants must:

    • be over the age of 16,

    • be enrolled as a VCE student in the VCE education system completing units 3 & 4 Business Management and,

    • register to the Quitch ‘VCE Business Management’ class with their school email address.

  • Quitch reserves the right to verify the validity of the entrants and disqualify anyone who is not eligible. 

  • The Quitch app is the platform for the competition. The promoters are Access Education and Victoria University.

  • The competition commences at 9:00 AM (AEST) on Monday 28 March 2022 and finishes at 5:00PM (AEST) on Friday 25 November 2022.

  • $400 AUD total cash prize pool.

  • 8 x monthly $50 gift cards ($400):

    • This is a game of chance, the winner will be chosen by a draw.

    • The winner must have attempted questions.

    • Winners will be drawn on the last Friday of every month while the competition is running (starting from Friday 29 April 2022 at 5:00 PM (AEDT)). Winners will be published on social media on the following Monday.

    • Winners will have one week to accept the prize before it is drawn again.

    • Only one prize will be awarded per person. 

  • Winners will be contacted via their school email address.

  • Winners will be published on https://quitch.com/competition by 2 December 2022.

  • By participating, students agree to the Quitch privacy policy.

  • The competition terms are governed by Victoria, Australia.

 

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WINNERS

Monthly $50 gift card

April – Jessica Rumble (Chairo Christian School)
May – Ridhima Ridhima (Casey Grammar School)
June – Olivia Jerram (Belgrave Heights Christian School)
July – Zenith Malbacias (Casey Grammar School)
August – Ari Goldenberg (McKinnon Secondary College)
September – Cameron Burgess (Dandenong High School)
October – Caleb Nancarrow (Bendigo Senior Secondary College)
November – Lily Pitcher (Marion College Ararat)

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First Year Accounting Competition ANZ (Semester 1) 2022

You must agree to the following terms and conditions to be eligible for the awards for this competition:

  • The competition is open to first-year accounting students enrolled in an Australian or New Zealand third level Educational Institute (including PolyTechnics). 

  • Participants must:

    • be over the age of 16,

    • be enrolled as a first-year accounting student in an Australian or New Zealand third level Educational Institute (including PolyTechnics) and,

    • register to the Quitch ‘First Year Accounting Competition’ class with their Australian or New Zealand University/Educational Institution email address.

  • Quitch reserves the right to verify the validity of the entrants and disqualify anyone who is not eligible. 

  • The Quitch app is the platform for the competition. The promoters are the Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand (AFAANZ)Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ) and MYOB.

  • The competition commences at 9:00 AM (AEDT) on Wednesday 16 March 2022 and finishes at 5:00 PM (AEST) on Tuesday 24 May 2022.

  • $3,500 AUD total cash prize pool.

  • First prize $1,000, second prize $700, third prize $300 for placement on the leaderboard:

    • This is a game of skill, applying your knowledge by answering quizzes.

    • Points are calculated into fractional numbers, but only displayed in rounded, whole numbers. The order on the leaderboard is determined by the fractional calculation of points. When there is a tie in the fractional points calculation, this tie is broken by looking how much time was taken in answering questions.

    • Prizes are awarded based on leaderboard position, there is no split prize due to tie in points.

    • Winners will have one week to accept the prize before it will be awarded to the next highest-ranked participant on the leaderboard.

    • Winners will be published on social media on Tuesday 7 June 2022. 

  • 10 x weekly $50 gift cards ($500):

    • This is a game of chance, the winner will be chosen by a draw.

    • The winner must have attempted questions.

    • Winners will be drawn each Wednesday for 10 weeks (starting from Wednesday 23 March 2022 at 5:00 PM (AEDT)). Winners will be published on social media on the following Friday.

    • Winners will have one week to accept the prize before it is drawn again.

    • Only one prize will be awarded per person.

  • $500 educator prize:

    • Awarded to the top student’s educator.

  • Winners will be contacted via their university/institution email address.

  • Winners will be published on https://quitch.com/competition by 7 June 2022.

  • By participating, students agree to the Quitch privacy policy.

  • The competition terms are governed by Victoria, Australia.

 

SUPPORTED BY

 

WINNERS

First prize $1,000 – Mikhael Prayudhi (TAFE NSW)

Second prize $700 – Alicia Yee (University of Canterbury)

Third prize $300 – Ben Saunders (University of Auckland)

Educator prize $500 – Nancy Mikhail (TAFE NSW)

Weekly $50 gift card

Week 1 – Rithika Muralidhar (Australian National University)
Week 2 – Kesiree Ruangsrijun (Swinburne Online)
Week 3 – Campbell Kelly (Swinburne University of Technology)
Week 4 – Nayli Mohamad Hamzah (University of Otago)
Week 5 – Michaela Sloot (RMIT University)
Week 6 – Harry Cheverly (Monash University)
Week 7 – Emily Blake (Swinburne Online)
Week 8 – Sue Wilson (University of Waikato)
Week 9 – Harry Trumper (University of Canterbury)
Week 10 – Jaskirat Toor (Swinburne University of Technology)

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National Accounting Competition
Ireland 2022

You must agree to the following terms and conditions to be eligible for the awards for this competition:

  • The competition is open accounting students enrolled in University or Institute of Technology (IT) in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.

  • Participants must:

    • be over the age of 16,

    • be enrolled as an accounting student in University or IT in the Republic of Ireland or Northern Ireland and,

    • register to the Quitch ‘National Ireland Accounting Competition’ class with their Republic of Ireland or Northern Ireland University/IT email address.

  • Quitch reserves the right to verify the validity of the entrants and disqualify anyone who is not eligible. 

  • Quitch app is the platform for the competition. The promoter is CPA Ireland (The Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Ireland)

  • The competition commences at 9:00 AM (GMT) on Monday 14 February 2022 and finishes at 10:00 PM (GMT) on Sunday 24 April 2022.

  • €3400 total cash prize pool.

  • First prize €1,000, second prize €600, third prize €300 for placement on the leaderboard.

    • This is a game of skill, applying your knowledge by answering quizzes. Quizzes are posted weekly, where consistently answering these correctly and often will place you higher on the leaderboard.

    • When there is a draw in points, the leaderboard prioritises the number of correct answers. If there’s still a tie we use the total time taken submitting answers. The winners of the competition shall practice the questions multiple times and therefore position higher on the leaderboard.

    • Prizes are awarded based on leaderboard position, there is no split prize due to tie in points.

    • Winners will have one week to accept the prize before it will be awarded to the next highest-ranked participant on the leaderboard.

  • 10 x €100 weekly prizes (€1,000):

    • This is a game of chance, the winner will be chosen by a draw.

    • The winner must have attempted questions.

    • Winners will be drawn each Sunday for 10 weeks (starting from Sunday 20 February 2022 at 10:00 PM (GMT)). Winners will be published on social media and the Quitch and CPA Ireland websites on the following Tuesday. Winners will be contacted via their University/IT email address by CPA Ireland.

    • Only one prize will be awarded per person.

  • €500 educator prize:

    • Awarded to the top student’s educator.

  • Winners will be contacted via their University/IT email address.

  • Winners will be published on www.quitch.com/competition & www.cpaireland.ie/become-a-student/Why-Choose-CPA/quitch-competition on Thursday 28 April 2022.

  • By participating, students agree to the Quitch privacy policy.

  • The competition terms are governed by Victoria, Australia. 

 

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WINNERS

First prize €1,000 – Dylan Donnelly (Technological University of the Shannon)

Second prize €600 – Denis Nevin (Institute of Technology, Carlow)

Third prize €300 – Ellie Graham (Atlantic Technological University)

Educator prize €500 – Technological University of the Shannon Midlands Midwest

Weekly €100 prize

Week 1 – Maire O Sullivan (Munster Technological University)
Week 2 – Daniel Hudson (Technological University Dublin)
Week 3 – Cian Barry (Griffith College)
Week 4 – Denis Nevin (Institute of Technology, Carlow)
Week 5 – John Monaghan (Institute of Technology, Carlow)
Week 6 – Nguher Sheila Bugh-Adudu (Griffith College)
Week 7 – Matthew Hamilton (Ulster University)
Week 8 – Rachel Thompson (Ulster University)
Week 9 – Pauline Hughes (Atlantic Technological University)
Week 10 – Fergal Cunniffe (Technological University of the Shannon)

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