The Social Movement Challenge: Lessons from Netflix’s Money Heist
The Money Heist Challenge
PROFILE: High school students starting university in 2022 and 2023. Applicants participate individually.
Are there deeper lessons to be learned from a series like Money Heist?
If you are passionate about social movements and how they are evolving in our society, you will be interested in entering this competition. Prepare to dive into the popular Money Heist (La Casa de Papel) Netflix series and do not miss out on this chance to be part of an enlightening experience!
The Money Heist Challenge is a global competition where students will learn from two top IE professors, one from the world of Storytelling and other from the world of Data analytics. Participants will be the investigators in this story. Their task is to draw lessons from Money Heist and apply them to one of the most powerful and impactful social movements of today.
Join us for this exciting Challenge! And take the opportunity to compete for an exclusive scholarship* to attend IE University!
Important dates to keep in mind about the Challenge:
- Session 1- Global Money Heist live online launch session and material distribution: February 19th, 2022 We will offer two sessions, so you can choose the one that works best for you, depending on your time zone: 1pm (CET) and 7pm (CET)
- Deadline for essay and video submission: March 5th, 2022
- Session 2- Live online announcement of the Money Heist Challenge winner*: March 12th, 2022 at 4pm (CET)
*It is mandatory for participants to attend both sessions (February 19th & March 12th 2022) and submit the essay and video to be eligible for the scholarship. The scholarship is only applicable after successfully completing the IEU Admission Process.
**“Money Heist” is a registered trademark of Netflix. In the challenge, this denomination is included with a purely referential character.
IE has no relationship, nor is it linked in any way with Netflix, nor with the “Money Heist” series. This challenge is only a study of the lessons revealed in "Money Heist" related to social movements.