Rational Standard Essay Contest for African Undergraduates
16 Mar 2016
Rational Standard, in association with African Students For Liberty SA, African Liberty Organisation for Development (ALOD) and Network for a Free Society (NFS) is calling for entries for the Rising Tide Foundation’s essay competition with a focus on entrepreneurship.
This is a great opportunity for all liberty lovers, aspiring writers and students throughout South Africa and the continent. Entrepreneurship is a very important driving factor for economic growth, especially in Africa where many countries are still developing. Not only are there very lucrative rewards, the acclaim garnered with a winning essay will definitely help the career prospects of the writer.
Rational Standard is pleased to be sharing such an important event to students, as we believe that the more writers discussing these important topics, the closer we come to making a real difference on the continent.
Entrepreneurs are the creative force in the economy. Is your government helping or hindering them?
Rational Standard, African Students For Liberty SA, African Liberty Organisation for Development (ALOD) and Network for a Free Society (NFS)
1st-George Ayittey (Platinum Prize): $1,000 and scholarship to the 2016 Liberty Camp/Event/ in East Africa OR West Africa in 2016
2nd-Anthony Fisher (Gold Prize): $700 and scholarship to the 2016 Liberty Camp/Event/ in East Africa OR West Africa in 2016
3rd-Franklin Cudjoe (Silver Prize): $500 and scholarship to the 2016 Liberty Camp/Event/ in East Africa OR West Africa in 2016
4th- The Nation CAMPUSLIFE (Media Bronze Prize): $300 and 2016 Liberty Camp/Event/ in East Africa OR West Africa in 2016
5th- Rejoice Ngwenya Prize: $250 and 2016 Liberty Camp/Event/ in East Africa OR West Africa in 2016
Seven consolation prizes of $50 each
17th of May 2016
» Entrants must be a student at any tertiary institution (university, tech, college etc.) in any African country.
» All entries should be sent to: email@example.com in the form of a Microsoft Word document. The essay must not exceed 1500 words.
» Entrants guilty of plagiarism will be disqualified immediately.
» The following details must be included:
» On the first page of the completed essay, participants must write his/her full name, department, and year of study, name and country of institution, gender and age. Also include your email address and functional mobile phone number.
» Entries open on the 14thof March and close on the 17th of May 2016.
» Additional research material can be found here and here
For additional queries, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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