Teeneagle Competition - Universal Networking for teens

Creating a Universal Network

It has never been more difficult for students to stand out!

Student participation in extracurriculars and competitions is no longer just about education. Now, it’s about learning how to network in a global environment. Teeneagle recognises that students need a globalised, modernised, and accessible platform to achieve these goals. With our international English competitions in over 50 countries, we’re offering a way for every student to stand out and make connections.

There are two categories based on the students’ grades as follows:

– Grades 5, 6, 7 and 8 referred to as the EAGLETS
– Grades 9, 10, 11 and 12 referred to as the EAGLES

Teeneagle has two stages for students to compete in:



The Teeneagle Online stage is 100% remote and can be done from any location in the world. This stage consists of an online multiple-choice exam, with questions coming from hand-picked resources found on our website.

The exam contains 50 questions, and participants have 60 minutes to complete the exam. Participants will take the exam at their schools, under supervision of their teachers, unless announced otherwise. Any participant who achieves 40% or higher during the Teeneagle Online stage can continue to the National Round and Global Finals.


The Global Final stage is for the best of the best. Participants spend 8 days in London, UK and competing in the fields of the Knowledge Quiz, Writing Challenge, Spelling Bee, Persuasive Speaking, Talent Show, and Short Film. When not competing, all participants attend exclusive English communication classes. Of course, we’re not all work—some of our trips around London include the tourist must-sees of the London Eye and Trafalgar Square, the Science and British Museum, and a full day to the city of Cambridge and Oxford.

No good competition would be complete without an elaborate award ceremony!
All participants will receive a certificate of participation and a report card. Moreover, certificate of achievements, honourable mentions, gold/silver/ bronze medals, and certificates will be given based on performance. Best of all, the best participants can receive:

– a 10% discount on their first year from selected universities in the UK;
– a 25% discount for their first year at Brooke House College, from Grade 7-13;
– or a 10% discount voucher for the certified Teeneagle language courses!

Whether you’re a motivated student with big dreams, a teacher looking to motivate their students, or affiliated with a mentoring organisation, Teeneagle has something to offer you. Click below to see how we can work together to create the future of educational networking.

It generally introduces students to new resources and methods of information which broadens their horizons and also serves as a productive source of entertainment.
Mehraal - from Pakistan
My most favorite thing about Teenagle is that I am able to increase my English level, and practice listening, speaking and reading in English.
Aylin - from Azerbaijan
I liked that Teeneagle focuses on the knowledge needed to understand things better around the world.
Fatima - from Nigeria
It helped by allowing people from all over the world to participate on this global platform and give us a valuable experience.
Ali Zayaan - Pakistan
Everything, especially the welcoming ceremony and the award ceremony. Everyone is really friendly!
Ediola - from Albania
For me, I like the film so much because it has a lot of good morals. Especially when Teeneagle divides the films for native speakers and bilingual speakers.
Huon - from Cambodia
The Teeneagle contest is about a very serious, demanding and popular theme (English Language). The best part is how Teeneagle tackles this theme with fun and without letting students get bored.
Teacher Ahmad - from Pakistan
It gave so many people the opportunity to come visit London, as well as keep learning English. It’s a competition that grows with you.
Nazrin - from Azerbaijan
Everything! The resources are interesting, and we get to compete with our hobbies. What’s not to like?
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