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Participation in the XVU University Debating League

The University Debating League is a competition in which, over the course of a week, different teams of university students debate a polemical current affairs issue.
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Associated codes:
3100RA0611 Participation in the XVU University debating league I (1 credit)
3100RA0612 Participation in the XVU University debating league II (1 credit)
3100RA0613 Participation in the XVU University debating league III (1 credit)
3100RA0614 Participation in the XVU University debating league IV (1 credit)
Organizing body:
Vives Network of Universities
Participation is open to the students at any of the universities belonging to the Network enrolled for the corresponding academic year. Each university can register a participating team, which must have a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 5 persons from that university.
The subject of the debate is made public months before the start of the League. During the competition, the teams do not know which position they have to defend (for or against) until a few minutes before start of each debate. A team of judges decides which case has been argued most rigorously and most convincingly, in accordance with the criteria established in the competition’s terms and conditions.
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