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The Re:think Essay Competition by CCIR

Organized by Cambridge Centre for International Research

The Re:think Essay Competition by CCIRa month left to enter
  • OrganizerCambridge Centre for International Research
  • CategoryLaw, Education, Natural Sciences, Business, Social Sciences
  • PrizeCash
  • RegionGlobal
  • EligibilityHigh school Students
  • Deadline2021-07-15
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The winners of the competition will be awarded a cash prize of 150 GBP along with scholarships that range from 700GBP-1000GBP to one of the CCIR Academy programmes. In addition, competition finalists will be invited to an online conference, where they will get the opportunity to discuss their work with leading academics from Cambridge in an intimate setting.
Re:think is an annual international essay competition designed and judged by a panel of leading academics from the University of Cambridge.

The purpose of Re:think is to invite students from different backgrounds to come together to investigate, reflect on, and discuss the most significant issues we as a society confront today.

Naturally, as such, the topic of this year’s competition is “The Stories, the Science, and the Significance of COVID-19”—and students have the option to submit essays in three categories, including creative non-fiction, popular science, and social science and the humanities.

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