Book prizes will also be awarded. Prize-winners and their teachers will be invited to receive their prizes and certificates at an event in London. Closing date:1st May 2016. Send to: The British-German Association, 34 Belgrave Square, London SW1X 8QB, or by e-mail (pdf format) at: email@example.com
Details and forms: www.britishgermanassociation.org
Rules of the British-German Association / Youthbridge Essay Competition 2016 1. Maximum number of words:
2. The essay must be written in English and submitted in Times New Roman, font 12.
3. Each entry must be accompanied by a declaration signed by the pupil and a teacher (see attached form). Quotations should be in the original language accompanied by a translation into English if necessary.
4. Plagiarism: If you are using existing written material, you must cite the source. Presenting another author’s work as your own will lead to disqualification.
5. The essay must be the entrant’s own work. Assistance from others may be sought, but entries which show signs of excessive external help will be disqualified. Judges are very good at spotting work that is not original!
6. While entrants retain the copyright rights to their submitted essays, the BGA takes the submission of an entry as consent to use names and/or essays or parts of them in for its own purposes such as publicity. Winning essays will be published on the BGA website.
7. Entrants should retain a copy of their original work as we cannot return or provide copies; nor can we give feedback on individual essays.
Names of the winners will be announced on 26 May