Q: I am not a Norwegian student. Can I still compete?
A: Yes, students from all over the world are eligible to compete in 120 HOURS.

Q: I just graduated from architecture studies, but I have not gotten a job yet. Can I still participate in the competition?
A: No, the competition is ONLY for active students.

Q: I have taken a year off to be an intern at an office. I am going back to school next year. Can I still compete in 120 HOURS?
A: Yes, you are still a student in our eyes and you can compete in 120HOURS. [See our Terms and conditions pt. 7.1 for more details on this]

Q: I just finished my bachelor degree, and I am going to change school for my master. Can I compete in 120 HOURS even though I am not currently enrolled in a new school?
A: Yes, as long as you are going to continue school, and you are a student you can compete. If you are no longer a student, and you have finished school, you are not eligible to compete. (Students from Bachelor, Master and Diploma levels are eligible to compete in the competition, i.e. undergraduate and graduate students)

Q: How many students can be a part of the team?
A: Three is the magic number. Four or more is not cool!

Q: Can students from different schools compete on the same team?
A: Yes, of course.

Q: I signed up with a friend, but we want to add an extra person to the team. What do we do?
A: Just sign up one more time with the whole team. The important part is that you use the right entry code when you submit your proposal.

Q: I study art, can I still compete?
A: If you think you have what it takes, why not? We like all types of students. How funny wouldn’t it be if a math major beat us at our own game?

Q: Can I do the competition free hand?
A: If free hand is your thing, go for it. Just keep in mind that you have to send in your proposal digitally.

Q: Is 120 HOURS held at a certain location or are all submissions done online?
A: All submissions are done online. You can do your work wherever you like.

Q: What you mean by school certificate?
A: In order to register you have to upload a valid proof of enrollment to an educational institution. Simply take a photo or screenshot of your current and valid student ID, and you’re good!

Q: Is there an entry fee?
A: No. But you are free to donate to help us develop the 120 concept even further.

Q: When is the registration deadline?
A: 13.00 (UTC+1) on the first day of the competition, one hour before the assignment is released. The date for the competition changes every year, so keep an eye up!