An Australian educational program challenging the world to develop problem solving skills

Tournament of Minds (TOM) offers teams of primary and secondary students the opportunity to solve authentic, open-ended challenges that foster creative, divergent thinking whilst developing collaborative enterprise, excellence and teamwork.

Challenges are set in the following disciplines... The Arts, Language Literature, Social Sciences and STEM.

Getting Involved

As a School, Teacher or Student... if you looking to be part of Tournament of Minds International, let's show how easy it is to get involved.

The Getting Started page will show everything about being part of Tournament of Minds.

We know you'll find it great fun, rewarding and challenging too. We've made Getting Started really easy.

Where a payment is required, it will be billed in Australian Dollars (AUD)

About

Here you can find out everything you need to know about the Tournament of Minds.

About
Branches

Each competition is managed by a Branch. Find specific details including workshops.

Branches
Information

Find out about News, Articles, Research and tournament photo gallery.

Information

The TOM experience

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Testimonials

The learning from TOM can actually be applied to real life. The skills are those that students will use in further study and in the workplace
When I graduated from University and was applying for jobs, many of the interview tasks involved public speaking and team work. I was told I was hired because I had excellent communication and presentation skills, I could work well in a team and lead without being too dominating. I was able to use my time effectively and get along with the other candidates
There's a whole range of Leadership skills that come through from Tournament of Minds that are critical to your later life
My self-worth grew a bit and I became more confident to express my idea because no one was going to shut it down. I slowly just became more and more confident
It sounds a bit corny but the phrase of TOM 'it's the journey, not the destination'. I think it really is so true. At the end of the day it wasn't about winning, I loved the process. Just being involved in it was what I really loved

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