SIMagination Challenge SIMagination Challenge Projects give students in the Master in Strategy & International Management (SIM-HSG) an opportunity to demonstrate their abilities in sustainable social projects. The SIMagination Challenge course is a curricular pillar of the Master of Arts in Strategy and International Management (SIM-HSG) and is designed to enable students to develop key leadership qualities, competencies and skills. Students initiatesocial projects around the globe, firstly by carefully identifying and analysing social needs and then by developing effective and lasting solutions to address these challenges in the long term. Diverse student teams, comprising between four and twelve members, work together to further develop preceding SIM generations’ existing projects. The SIMagination Challenge projects are located outside the student teams’ native countries to increase their cultural learning. This collaborative course, which Omid Aschari developed, includes various events and expert workshops that enable students to blend individual and collective learning and development, and sharpen their strategic thinking, team skills, applied global leadership ethics and effectiveness. It is an innovative way forward in management education, as it addresses the key development needs of responsible leaders in the 21st century.