Dear student, when participating in a BEST external event participants are expected to enjoy it to the maximum, but to do it in a civilized manner, respecting others and the organisers. Below you can find a list of responsibilities you must acknowledge and comply with, before being able to proceed to the participation of the event. Those responsibilities must be ensured throughout the duration of the event.
- During the event, participants have to behave in a civilized manner, respecting people independently of their nationality or beliefs and in accordance with the laws of Spain.
- Participants must have their camera turned on during the working hours. Participants must ensure the correct functioning of their camera before the event.
- Participants are not prohibited from gathering presentially to attend the competition, but each participant must enter the competition sessions with their own account in their own computer and each participant must have one camera on, this becomes optional for the rest of activities.
- Participants have to attend all the working hours of the event. Participants have to be on time at the start of all activities.
- Participants have to attend all mandatory activities, take an active part in them and may not abandon the session unless agreed upon with the organizers with a proper justification.
- Participants may not consume alcohol nor be visibly intoxicated during working hours and other activities defined by the organisers in advance.
- Unless medical reasons apply, participants may not consume or be visibly under the effects of drugs during working hours and other activities defined by the organisers in advance.
- Participants may not sleep during academic activities and other activities defined by the organisers in advance.
- Participants have the responsibility to evaluate the event in the BEST Application System after their attendance. This must be done before the correspondent deadline specified on the BEST Application System.
The consequence of breaking these rules may result in the participant’s disqualification from the competition, and of the entire team if 50% or more of the members are disqualified.