This annual essay contest is organized in an effort to harness the energy, creativity and initiative of the world's youth in promoting a culture of peace and sustainable development. It also aims to inspire society to learn from the young minds and to think about how each of us can make a difference in the world.
JFTC Essay Competition is not held in 2018. About the JFTC Essay Competition JFTC has been sponsoring the JFTC Essay Competition since 2005, to encourage students, young researchers and business people to express their opinions on matters of national and international importance. Past Competitions and Winners.
JFTC Essay Competition 2017 has been closed. JFTC 70th Anniversary JFTC Essay Competition 2017 JFTC is sponsoring JFTC Essay Competition 2017 to encourage students, young researchers and business people to express their opinions on matters of national and international importance. 1.
This is an annual competition for Year 12 or Lower 6th students. The Prize has been established from a bequest made by Dr Dennis Gould in 2004 for the furtherance of education in English Literature. This Essay Prize has the following aims. First, to encourage talented students with an interest in English Literature to explore their reading interests further in response to general questions.
Japan Center Essay Competition. The aim of the JCSB Essay Competition is to promote awareness and understanding of Japan in the United States and to help young Americans broaden their international horizons. Contestants should write, in English, one or more aspects of Japan including art, culture, tradition, values, philosophy, history, society, politics, business, and technology in relation.
The competition aims to support and inspire the next generation of undergraduate students as they consider their university choices, through: A choice of essay titles from our Undergraduate Ambassadors to be worked on over the summer vacation. The essays are marked by Pembroke College postgraduates, with feedback provided to all participants.Learn More
The 2020 competition has closed. Essays must be between 2,000 and 3,800 words long, on a topic to be chosen from the list of questions. We encourage you to provide references to your sources of information, and to include a bibliography at the end of the essay. The notes ARE included in the word limit, but the bibliography is NOT included. Each.Learn More
Three students studying Japanese language at Mount Holyoke College recently took top prizes in the 2020 New England Japanese Essay Contest. The contest is sponsored by the Consulate General of Japan in Boston. Students from New England high schools and colleges competed in the 10th annual essay contest. Beginner Level. 1st Place: Tu, Yingmo (2023) Intermediate Level. 1st Place: Gao, Zhujin.Learn More
The aim of the Japan Center Essay Competition is to promote awareness and understanding of Japan in the United States and to help young Americans broaden their international horizons. About Canon U.S.A. Inc.Learn More
Essay title; Text of essay. Host Nationality. Like many scholarship essay contests, this one is hosted in the US and has been so since circa 1979. This contest has supported many talented young writers throughout the decades and brought them together into a global community. Eligible Nationalities.Learn More
Japanese ninja history student wins full marks for invisible ink essay Eimi Haga, 19, used a technique called 'aburidashi' to produce the invisible essay. By Katie Grant. Friday, 11th October.Learn More
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Entries to the competition must be unique (i.e. not published elsewhere or submitted to other essay competition) and original in content. Entries found to contain plagiarism will be disqualified. A bibliography acknowledging references to existing work is required. Submissions as well as a completed entry form signed by the author should be sent via email (as attachment in word or pdf format.Learn More
Japanese Language Contest Every spring, advanced Japanese language students submit essays and speeches for the Japanese Language Contest in Boston. In the last two years Bowdoin has had five students finish in first and second places for the essay and speech competitions.Learn More
First Prize winners will be invited to Tokyo, Japan, and will receive the Minister of Education Award at the Goi Peace Foundation Forum in November 2018. Essays may be submitted by anyone up to 25 year old. The deadline for entry is 15 June 2018.Learn More
The essay contest was conducted under the auspices of the Consulate General of Japan in Boston. Colleges throughout New England were allowed to submit essays from two students, one who had studied more than three years of Japanese, and another who had studied less. Yap won first place in the intermediate division and Lucy won second in the advanced division. Wellesley College was the only.Learn More
The Soseki International Essay Contest is inviting entries on the continuing appeal of his works among foreigners. Soseki, one of Japan's most famed and popular authors, lived in the period of.Learn More