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JetWriters Essay Writing Contest 2015

We are happy to open the 2nd edition of JetWriters Essay Writing Contest! If you want to try yourself in essay writing, don’t miss the opportunity to receive the evaluation by professional essay writers and win a cash prize! Winners will be featured on our blog and social media pages.

Prizes

1st place – $400
2nd place – $250
3rd place – $150

Deadline

Essays are accepted from September 15, 2015 till November 15, 2015. Winners will be announced on November 23, 2015.

Rules

  • Your submission should be between 800 and 1,200 words and double-spaced
  • Essay should be written in English
  • Submit your work in the following format: Word (.doc, .docx, .rtf), PDF
  • By sending an essay, you confirm that your work is unique and previously unpublished. No plagiarism please!

Remember that we accept one submission per participant. No entry fee is required

Choose  one topic out of five listed below.

Topics

  1. Essay Writing as a Tool for Developing One’s Literary Voice
  2. Why Is It Important To Learn Storytelling in College
  3. Urgent Reforms Modern Education Needs
  4. How EdTech Can Boost Students’ Creativity?
  5. Do You Need a College Degree To Be Successful?

 

How To Participate

Share this opportunity on Facebook, Google Plus, Twitter and don’t forget adding #JetWritersEssay and #EssayWritingContest. Email your essay to contest@jetwriters.com. Include your full name, date of birth, country and college/university name (if any). Subject line should be “JetWriters Essay Contest”. Attach your work and name it according to the topic you have chosen.

If you have any questions, send them to contest@jetwriters.com or leave a comment below.

Keep calm and write a winning essay!

 

Past Contest: JetWriters Essay Writing Contest March-May 2015

essay writing contest 2015

Previous Topics:

  1. Education in Digital Age: Opportunities and Threats
  2. Creativity In School: How Art Can Be Leveraged
  3. Relevance Of Classic Literature For Today’s Students
  4. Do Colleges Actually Prepare Students For Successful Career?
  5. Writing Essays at College: Why It’s Important

The WINNERS of JetWriters Essay Writing Contest Spring 2015:

1st place – Luiza Costa Ribeiro (Brazil) with her essay: Writing Essays at College: Why It’s Important
2nd place – Asher S. de Sadeleer (Belgium) with his essay: Do Colleges Actually Prepare Students For Successful Career?
3rd place – Obasogie, Osamwonyi (Nigeria) with his essay: Creativity In School: How Art Can Be Leveraged

Free Poetry Competitions By. United Press

 

Please read our Rules and Information Before Entering, and please note that we only accept entries from UK residents.

My Secret Wish (Closing Date: 30th September 2015)

Send up to three poems, of no more than 25 lines (including blank lines) and 160 words each, to United Press Ltd, Admail 3735, London, EC1B 1JB; email them to info@unitedpress.co.uk or enter online via our online submission form.

Winter Wonderland (Closing Date: 31st October 2015)

We are looking for entries on the theme of winter in this competition. The winning poem will receive a £25 prize.

Send up to three poems, of no more than 25 lines (including blank lines) and 160 words each, to United Press Ltd, Admail 3735, London, EC1B 1JB; email them to info@unitedpress.co.uk or enter online via our online submission form.

Spring Time (Closing Date: 30th November 2015)

We are looking for entries on the theme of spring time in this competition. The winning poem will receive a £25 prize.

Send up to three poems, of no more than 25 lines (including blank lines) and 160 words each, to United Press Ltd, Admail 3735, London, EC1B 1JB; email them to info@unitedpress.co.uk or enter online via our online submission form.

Local Poem Competition 2015 (Closing Date: 31st December 2015)

We are delighted to invite FREE entries for the UK’s annual contest to find the best LOCAL poem.

The top poem will win £1,000 cash. There’s no age limit and no entry fee.

“The poem can be about something or someone from the poet’s home area,” explained United Press Publications Executive, Julie Embury. “It can be descriptive, historic, romantic, factual, or personal – anything you like, as long as there is a local connection. Winning entries so far have been about towers, a river, village life, and local history.”

Send up to three poems, of no more than 25 lines (including blank lines) and 160 words each, to United Press Ltd, Admail 3735, London, EC1B 1JB; email them to info@unitedpress.co.uk or enter online via our online submission form.

Religious Poem (Closing Date: 31st March 2016)

Send up to three poems, of no more than 25 lines (including blank lines) and 160 words each, to United Press Ltd, Admail 3735, London, EC1B 1JB; email them to info@unitedpress.co.uk or enter online via our online submission form.

Who Should Enter Our Free Poetry Competitions?

Our free poetry competitions are open to any UK resident. Our overall objective with these competitions is to increase the level of interest in poetry and to encourage people to start writing poetry for themselves, so it really doesn’t matter what level you are currently at. The absence of an entry fee makes these competitions totally accessible!

Our main poetry competitions are the annual National Poetry Anthology and Local Poem competitions, both of which carry a £1000 first prize to the overall winner.

You can find details of all our past National Poetry Anthology winners here, and details about our past Local Poem Competition winners here.

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