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Teams of students from around the globe analyze a case involving the evaluation of a program.

Working in their home country, they prepare a brief to convey their understanding of the key issues in the case and their recommendations for action.

The teams submit their analyses electronically for judging by an international panel of experienced program evaluators.

Rules allow only one team per country. The competition is in English.  Teams that work in English have six hours to prepare their submission. Teams that work in a language other than English are allowed eight hours.

The team whose submission is ranked number one by the judges is proclaimed World Champion. Regional champions are also recognized.

...  more on evaluation case competitions


The competition contributes to the career development of participants. It offers a positive experience to coaches and supporters and helps advance the evaluation profession around the world.

... more on the benefits of evaluation case competitions


The WECC vision is a challenging global event that stimulates the creation of national and regional evaluation competitions.

The objective of the competition is to provide students with an opportunity to compare their evaluation skills and talents with those of counterparts around the world.


The competition is made possible by the generous donation of volunteers’ time and effort, and by contributions from supporting organizations.

.. more on WECC contributors


A volunteer international Advisory Board is comprised of experts interested in evaluation education and capacity development.

... more on the Advisory Board


Three to five international evaluation professionals are invited to serve as judges for the competition.

... more on judging


The competition is organized by volunteers working through a variety of committees.

... more on the organizing of WECC and volunteers

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