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Promotional poster competition 2012

Promotional poster competition 2012Deadline: 7 October 2011

Open to: all students on a current programme of study (as of May 2011) at a higher education or further education institution.

Big prizes and portfolio boosting national recognition – can you create an eye catching poster for the National Student Survey (NSS) that will be seen in every university in the country?

This year’s is your opportunity to showcase your creative skills and have your design included in its high profile national marketing campaign.

The winner will receive:
• National recognition as the winning poster is used to advertise the NSS across every university in the country and is targeted at the over 300,000 students eligible to complete the survey.
• A day working with the firm responsible for running the NSS, Ipsos MORI, to further develop and adapt the poster, getting it ready for use in the promotional campaign.
• A one week expenses paid work placement with leading London design firm hat-trick (£200 plus travel and accommodation).

Eligibility:
The competition is open to all students on a current programme of study (as of May 2011) at a higher education or further education institution.

Competition entrants may submit up to three different designs.

The brief:
The poster will be used to promote the National Student Survey 2012 in higher education and further education institutions. The design brief for this competition will give further guidance about the direction we are looking for. Please click here to download the design brief.

You will need to use the NSS logo in your design. Click here to download the NSS logo pack.

How to enter:
Send your completed design with your name, email address, institution, and subject of study to nss@nus.org.uk by 7 October 2011 by Midnight.

Entries will be judged by a panel of representatives from NUS, HEFCE, HEFCW, and Ipsos MORI. The winning entrant will be notified by 31 October 2011.

Terms and conditions:
Please click here to download the contest terms and conditions.

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