2014 Google AdMob Student App Challenge (Worldwide)

Google Admob Student Challenge

Application Deadline: March 31, 2014

Are you a student who loves to code or has a great idea for a mobile app? Maybe you’re building one right now. Imagine that one day your app could be seen by millions of users.

The AdMob Student App Challenge is a mobile app contest open exclusively to students. The goal is to build a great app, and learn to make money from it with AdMob, while competing with other students globally.

AdMob is a platform for app developers to help them make money from apps and advertise them too, and it’s owned by Google.

Are you a student who loves to code or have a great idea for a mobile app? Maybe you’re building one right now. Or perhaps you’ve been putting it off in the hope that one day there’ll be an amazing app-building contest run by Google. One where you’ll be able to test your ingenuity and coding skills against other students from around the world.

To win the Challenge, you’ll need a great app and a good business strategy that focuses on how you manage the project, gain users and leverage AdMob.


The winning team will receive:

  • A 7-night trip to San Francisco with spending money, including a trip to the Google headquarters in Mountain View.
  • The winning app will be featured on the Google Play store and on the Play Store’s social channels
  • An opportunity to star in your own case study video to tell your story.
  • A Nexus 7 device for each team member.

As well as one overall winner, there’ll be a winner from each of the four global regions (North America, Latin America, Europe, Middle East & Africa, and Asia Pacific), who’ll receive computing devices and an honorary mention on the AdMob website.

The winners will be announced in May 2014.

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of the Google Admob Student Challenge

Register Now for the Google Admob Student App Challenge


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