Winning the International Standards Olympiad
Source from:SAC    Update on:2022-10-19 11:59

The 17th International Standards Olympiad was held in virtual form during August 23 and 25, which was attended by 40 middle and high school teams composed of 120 students from seven countries including China, Russia, South Korea, Indonesia, Rwanda, Japan and Singapore.
The four teams from China received four awards including the platinum award, gold award, bronze award, and special award provided by ISO. 
The International Standards Olympiad was organized by Korean Agency for Technology and Standards (KATS) and Korean Standards Association (KSA) since 2006, to raise the understanding of standardization and promote better communication among middle and high school students across the world.
The Olympiad sets up six awards, including platinum award, the highest award provided by Korean Prime Minister, gold award, silver award, bronze award, special award provided by ISO or IEC, and honorable mention.
Since 2018, the Chinese teams selected by China Association for Standardization have participated in the international competition, and received 10 awards by far, demonstrating the nimble and versatile sides of the Chinese students and their rich knowledge about standards.