UCAS and Times essay-writing prize for students with £5,000 prize

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27 June 2013
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AwaitingImage.jpg UCAS and Times essay-writing prize for students with £5,000 prize
Students can win up to £5,000 by writing about why they love learning ...
Students can win up to £5,000 by writing about why they love learning
The competition is being jointly run by UCAS and The Times, and asks for essays between 400 and 500 words about the joys of learning and the benefits of higher education.
The competition has four categories: arts & humanties; business and vocational; social sciences; science, technology, engineering and maths.
The winner in each category will receive £3,000 and a day at The Times newspaper. The winning entries will be published on The Times online. The overall winner will receive an additional £2,000.
All entrants should be undergraduates studying in the UK.
All entries should be sent in an email to [email protected] by the closing date of 29 July.


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