Writing Essay Competition from The Bodley Head/FT Essay Prize up to £1600

Date limite : 24 sept. 2020

Organisation à but non lucratif: Financial Times

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Writing Essay Competition from The Bodley Head/FT Essay Prize up to £1600

Every year, the Financial Times and The Bodley Head, one of Britain's leading publishers of non-fiction, team up to find the best young essay-writing talent from around the world. Now in its eighth year, The Bodley Head/FT Essay Prize competition has been the springboard for many exciting writers. 

Rules:

  1. Entrants This competition is open to anyone aged between 18 and 35 years of age as at midnight GMT on Thursday September 24 2020 except for employees of The Random House Group Limited (“Promoter”), the Financial Times Limited (the “Financial Times”), any group companies of the foregoing and their families and any other company connected with this competition.
  2. There is no fee to enter.
  3. The Promoter will only accept one entry per entrant. Multiple or incomplete entries will be deemed invalid.

Entry Specifications:

  1. Entrants are advised to retain a copy of their entries as the Promoter will be unable to return any submitted entry.
  2. Each entry must be:
  • in English
  • an original work of which the entrant is the author and which has not been previously professionally or commercially published in any language and is not in breach of any third party rights
  • a complete essay in itself; (ie not a fragment of a larger work) and
  • submitted via the competition landing page on ft.com with the following specifications: no more than 3,500 words on any subject matter.
  • To ensure anonymity for the purposes of a fair judging process, entrants must not include their names on the body of their essay. Essay documents which include the entrant’s name will be rejected from this Competition.

Prizes:

The following prizes shall be provided:

  • £1,000 (one thousand pounds Sterling) to the winning entrant.
  • £300 (three hundred pounds Sterling) to each runner-up.
  • Publication by the Financial Times in an FT publication (which may include on ft.com) subject to clause 12 below.
  • E-publication by the Promoter of the winner’s winning entry; e-publication by the Promoter of the two runners-up entries.
  • One mentoring session for winner with a member of the Promoter’s editorial staff.

About The Financial Times:

The Financial Times (FT) is an international daily newspaper printed in broadsheet and published digitally that focuses on business and economic current affairs.

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