EssaysCapital International Writing Contest - 2020 Scholarship.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, East Africa, Regional and International Cooperation has received an announcement from The Goi Peace Foundation regarding the 2016 International Essay Contest for Young People. The 17thedition of Annual International Essay contest for young people is an activity of the UNESCO Global Action Programme on Education for Sustainable Development.
Our International Student Essay Contest, launched in the fall of 2016, will continue this Spring. This program intends to give a voice to International Students, their challenges, and their victories. Student essays will explore the experiences of the International Student population at WCU.
The essay contest is organized with an objective to harness the energy, imagination and creativity of the budding graduates in developing an in depth understanding of the recent challenges and developments which the Pharmaceutical industry is confronted with, and to understand their point of view of looking on the prevailing situation.
The Essay Contest is sponsored by Optimist International to give young people the opportunity to write about their own opinions regarding the world in which they live. The approach can encompass a young person’s personal experience, the experience of their country or a more historical perspective.
For this contest you are challenged to write a Haiku poem. Haiku is a form of poetry that only uses three lines. Can you paint a mental image using only three lines? Cash prize for the winning entry. Deadline: Aug 31st Non-Fiction Writing Contest We are looking for personal essays, memoirs, and works of literary non-fiction. It can be spiritual.
The Queen's Commonwealth Essay Competition An opportunity for young Commonwealth citizens to share their thoughts, ideas and experiences on key global issues.
The R.A. Butler Prize for essays in Politics and International Studies is a competition that can be entered by students in Year 12 or the Lower 6th. Candidates are invited to submit an essay on a topic to be chosen from a list of general questions announced in March each year, and to be submitted in August.