Eye on Ivy is super excited to announce that we have partnered with Owlypia! Owlypia is a UK-based knowledge competition. Young individuals compete with others internationally, showing their knowledge and skills in their favorite subject areas. Owlypia Competitions are the first step to an exciting journey aiming to inspire the intellectual curiosity in young minds around the world. By studying the content of each subject carefully, students prepare themselves for the competition. Owlypia has reached over 9,255 participants from 81 countries in three years. Owlypia currently has 340 Exam Centres (OWEX) in 81 countries.
Owlypia – The Intellectuals’ Challenge is an international platform for students aged:
A platform where you think, write, discuss and enjoy!
What’s Owlypia’s aim?
“Challenge your limits intellectually!” is the spirit of Owlypia. It aims to inspire intellectual curiosity and develop research skills and academic confidence in young minds.
Unlock your potential and brighten up your CV for a better future
Explore your strengths to find the best career path for you
Deepen your knowledge and build lifelong learning skills
Develop creative thinking skills through collaborative activities
“Teamwork: Achieving Together” is the theme of the year 2020-2021! The theme is incorporated through all the subjects.
Art & Design
Literature & Culture
Economics & Business
Science & Technology
How does Owlypia work?
Owlypia consists of ONLINE tests for everyone, 2-day LOCAL events in different countries and 4-day GLOBAL events at the most prestigious institutions around the world. There are three contests:
Owlypia Local Virtual
Experience the Owlypia spirit in your own city/country!
Owlypia Locals are exciting two-day events held in various cities/countries around the world in partnership with the host institutions. They form the basis of growth, progress and merit, and allow students to participate in and experience the spirit of Owlypia in their own countries. You can join and experience an Owlypia Local in your city/country as a team of three students and also get ready for the Owlypia Globals.
A group of three students form a team and work cooperatively to complete all the challenges successfully.
All students compete in team challenges in three age categories; Owlins (ages 9-11), Owlets (ages 12-14) and Owlys (ages 15-18).
All students register their teams online and prepare themselves for the challenges studying the recommended resources.
The study resources contain several movies and videos to watch, books and articles to read, topics to research, and questions to sharpen their knowledge.
All team members must compete in all 4 team challenges.