Frequently Asked Question


In this page, you can find the most Frequently Asked Questions about AEO, along with the explanation. So, if you have any questions, try scrolling down first. Maybe you will find the answer that you’re looking for!

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Asian English Olympics (AEO) is one of the most awaited English Competitions in Asia, organized by Bina Nusantara English Club (BNEC), a student organization from BINUS University, Jakarta, Indonesia. In the beginning, we started as a Nationwide English Olympics. As time goes by, we have grown into an Asian scaled competition with a goal to develop Asian Youths’ skills.

Eight countries participated in The 2020 AEO, with 384 students participating in 8 Competition fields, including Speech, Debate, Newscasting, Storytelling, Spelling Bee, Scrabble, Radio Drama, and Short Story Writing.

The 2021 Asian English Olympics will be conducted online via Zoom Meetings on February 23 - 27, 2021.

Students are eligible to participate in The 2021 Asian English Olympics if they are 15 to 25 years old, enrolled in the secondary school/high school (10th grade or above) or university.

Yes, you can register more than one account as long as the slot competition does not exceed the limit (max. 3 person or 3 teams in each competition field).

You can click the link at the bottom of the "Request Invitation Letter" in the home page.

You can only send a maximum of 3 persons or 3 teams in each competition field.

Yes, you can join Radio Drama OR Short Story Writing competition and one Main Competition, because Radio Drama and Short Story Writing will be run earlier than the other competitions. However, you can’t join two Main Competitions since they will be run at the same time.

It is on February 5 (for Radio Drama and Short Story Writing) and February 15-17, 2021 (for Speech, Storytelling, and Newscasting).

Yes, you can. To register, go directly to the Registration Page.

They can join different competition fields from the one they previously won