HIPPO International Language Competition: Hippo “English without Borders” Competition is an international competition that is organized by GLOBAL INPUT and GLOBAL HIPPO ASSOCIATION. Hippo promotes English language, challenges students around the globe to compete in English language knowledge. The competition encourages the development of a shared sense of identity and integration, serves as a role model for young people living together as one community.
Mathematical Kangaroo (also known as International Mathematical Kangaroo, or Kangourou sans frontières in French): Mathematical Kangaroo is an international mathematical competition where over 80 countries are represented. The competition was established in 1991 by André Deledicq, a professor of mathematics at the University of Paris 7, and Jean-Pierre Boudine, professor of mathematics at Marseille. The idea comes from the Australian Mathematics Competition, initiated in 1978 by Peter O'Halloran.