Education UK presents My UK Student postcard photography competition for international students. Are you an international student in the UK? Do you have a talent for photography? Education UK is the British Council’s website for students worldwide who want to study in the UK. The website receives over 2.2 million visitors each year. On the site, students can search for UK courses and scholarships, and find out all about UK student life.
As part of the GREAT campaign, we are looking for photographs to show students worldwide what UK student life has to offer. This is your chance to send a ‘postcard’ to the world!We are looking for photos that represent what you love best about living and studying in the UK. You could take a photo of…your favourite UK city or place in the countryside, your UK campus or an amazing music festival or event that you have been to in the UK.
These are just some ideas, but feel free to be creative! Entries will be displayed online as ‘postcards from the UK’ – so think about what would work well for this format. We are looking for imaginative, eye-catching photos that capture the experience of discovering the UK.
Contest Prize & TERMS
ELIGIBILITY: International students in the UK Not eligible to enter? - Find contest where you are.
COPYRIGHT: By entering the Competition each participant:
Confirms that the entry material is their original work, is not defamatory and does not infringe any English laws, that they have the right to give the British Council permission to use it for the purposes specified above, and that all necessary consents for the submission of the entry material have been obtained.
USAGE RIGHTS: The British Council intends to publish the names and photographs – plus the details submitted in the competition entry form - of selected competition entrants on the Education UK website and Facebook page in a competition zone.
In addition, the British Council intends to publish the names, photographs and entry form details of competition winners in other areas of the Education UK website, plus on other British Council websites, social media channels, publications, press releases and in other promotional and marketing material.
The British Council may write and publish articles about the winners’ enjoyment of their prize. By entering the Competition, each participant agrees to the use of their details and image and agrees to co-operate with any such publicity or marketing if they win a prize
By entering the Competition each participant:
Grants the British Council, free of charge, permission to use the entry material (including, without limitation, modifying and adapting it for operational and editorial reasons) in any media worldwide for purposes connected with the Competition.
We will endeavour to credit you where possible.