Essay Competitions 2020-2021 - Scholarship Positions.
St Hugh’s is very pleased to announce that the Mary Renault 2020 essay competition is now open for submissions. The deadline for essay submissions is 5pm on Friday 24th July 2020. The Mary Renault Prize is a Classical Reception essay prize for school or college sixth form pupils, awarded by the Principal and Fellows of St Hugh’s College, and funded by the royalties from Mary Renault’s.
Click here for the 2020 competition questions. 2019 WINNERS. See who took top honours in the 2019 competition. 2020 PRIZES. An idea could change the course of South African economic history, so we offer generous cash prizes. PREVIOUS FINALISTS. Where are they now? Queries. For queries about the competition, please contact the Budget Speech.
R.A. Butler Politics Prize 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.
Year1AC (After Coronavirus) Pan India Online Essay Contest 2020. The 100 winning essays will finally be published in the form of a book entitled 'Year 1 AC (After Coronavirus): ESSAYS BY 100 YOUNG INDIANS'.The winners will receive Certificates of Recognition.
The South African National Schools Moot Court Competition is an annual moot court competition established in 2011 aimed at creating greater consciousness and understanding in South African schools and communities about the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa and the values embodied by it through the active participation of learners in a moot court competition.
Candidates are invited each year to submit an essay of between 1,500 and 2,500 words on a topic to be chosen from the list of questions. The list of questions for the 2020 competition are available here. The deadline is the end (23:59 BST) of 1 August 2020; late submissions cannot be accepted.
The three national winning essays will be forwarded to the SADC Secretariat for consideration in the regional competition. Criteria for participants is that applicants must reside in South Africa; they must be currently attending secondary school; essays must not be more than 2 000 words but not less than 1 000 (Arial, 1.5 line spacing for typed essays) and submissions must be the unaided work.