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Essay Competition 2019
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The LSE UPR is pleased to announce its first essay competition , in which we hope to encourage incoming and outgoing year 12 and 13 students to tackle current, complex topics outside of the standard academic curriculum. The UPR is a platform for leading undergraduate research, supporting students in engaging with academic debates of a broadly political nature. In addition, 1st, 2nd and 3rd place entries will have their submissions posted on our LSEUPR blog site, and will be invited to our annual Research Conference. Here is a useful guide to Harvard referencing. Entry is open to students in their final two years of secondary school, or in sixth form college including students taking A-Level, the International Baccalaureate, and any other equivalent curriculum. Entrants do not have to be from schools in the UK — we accept essays from any school of all countries!
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We're seeking creative and forward-thinking ideas from year olds in this joint competition to find the best political blog. Students should aim to demonstrate excellent writing skills, presenting a well-reasoned argument, individuality and where appropriate backing up their arguments with relevant data and research. We are proud to launch this competition in partnership with the Financial Times as part of its Education programme, which offers free digital subscription to year-old s in full-time education and to their teachers across the world. This launch coincides with the Political Studies Association's new offer of membership for Schools. Entrants will be invited to an awards ceremony in July further details tbc.
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