For college students and young writers from all over the world:
Bid4papers announces an international essay writing competition. Show your creativity and writing skills, take part in this contest, and win $500 doing what you like most – composing.
Write an essay “Education In 50 Years: A Futurist’s Perspective”
Be creative, use your imagination, and try to cover some of the following questions in your essay:
How do you imagine education of the future? What will it look like? Will technologies play an important role to education process? What will the role of a teacher be? What will a student of the future look like?
- Language: English
- Style: academic, non-academic
- Length: 750 to 1,500 words
- Format: PDF or Word document
- Participants must be 25 years and younger.
To enter the Contest, email your submission, including your full name and “Education In 50 Years Contest” in the email subject line, to firstname.lastname@example.org. One submission per person, please!
The best in-house writers of Bid4papers.com will evaluate your essays for originality, creativity, proper grammar, spelling & punctuation.
- 1st place prize – $500
- 2nd place prize – $200
- The most interesting and creative essays will be published on our Facebook for you to have a chance of winning our special 3rd prize! An author of the essay with more likes will become the owner of 3Doodler 3D Printing Pen!
Winners will be announced on February, 25, and they will be notified via email. Plus, we will publish their works in our blog and share them via our social media profiles.
Please share this opportunity with your friends and family by tweeting #essaycontest, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Google Plus. (Not required, but appreciated.)
Need more details? Submit your questions to: email@example.com or leave a comment below.
Application Deadline: Feburary 15, 2015
Good luck with your submission!
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