Coming soon: artificial intelligence and virtual reality in education

Call for applications for the ProSuli competition for teachers

Teaching and learning with AI or XR technologies, mental balance in the age of artificial intelligence. This year again, Yettel’s digital education program ProSuli is launching a competition for teachers. The aim of the competition is to encourage teachers to create digital teaching materials closely related to their subject areas, with a particular focus on maths, science and foreign languages. The materials will be made available to all teachers in Hungary. The top 25 entrants will receive mobile internet for the whole summer, while 10 winners will receive a gift voucher worth HUF 120,000 each.

AI in the spotlight

The main aim of the competition, which supports the creation of materials that enhance both teaching and learning, is to help teachers explore their subject areas and expertise in a more focused and in-depth way. This year, ProSuli will focus on the role of AI in education, as AI has a lot of potential that is worth exploring and integrating into everyday life for the wider teaching community.

The competition is open to teachers with a higher education degree. Applicants must submit an outline of up to half a page describing the topic of the planned education program, the teaching process and the target group. Teachers can apply for up to two themes of their choice and no previous experience in creating digital learning content is required. They can also use existing projects and ideas, so they don’t need to develop materials from scratch.

Mobile internet and special training for the top 25 applicants

The deadline for applications is 14 June and the jury will select the 25 best projects by 21 June. The winners will receive mobile internet for the whole summer and special training from Webuni to take them from their application idea to implementation.

The ten winners will be announced on 29 August at the ProSuli Teachers’ Day. They will receive a gift voucher worth HUF 120,000 each. The winning teaching materials will be made available on the Webuni platform to all, so that every teacher in Hungary can use them.

Previous materials of the competition are available here. For more information on the competition please visit

The jury is looking for applications in the following two themes:

Theme 1:
 Learning with AI.
 How to teach with AI.
 How can we learn to teach with artificial intelligence?
 Learning/Teaching with XR (AR/VR)
 Learning to code

Theme 2:
 How teachers can use digital tools and/or gamification to effectively support their subject in an experiential way