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Win a scholarship for the UBC summer school 2015

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SUMMER SCHOLARS COMPETITION, 2015

http://www.summerscholars.ubc.ca

The University of British Columbia will once again be hosting the Summer Scholars Program at its Okanagan campus. Participants take part in a university-style education and social experience with fellow students from all over the world, blending field work, labs, and lectures, giving them invaluable experience and an unforgettable time.

After the success of last year’s competition where a student from the UK won a free place on the program, we have decided to once again offer a free place to a student from a UK school that UBC has visited over the past 12 months.

All participants need to do is complete a short essay in the field of either Applied Science or Environmental Sciences through the Google Docs link: UK SUMMER SCHOLARS

Entries should be completed by the deadline of Monday 13th April, with the winner notified on Friday 17th April.

Good luck and please feel free to get in touch with any questions you may have!

Regards,

TOM WHITTAKER | International Officer, United Kingdom Representative – Asia and Europe

The University of British Columbia

tom.whittaker@ubc.ca | +44 (0)7557 522378 | you.ubc.ca

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1 Comment

  1. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
    OOOH—OOOOOH ! SOMETHING TO REALLY WANT AND COMPETE FOR (i WISH I WERE YOUNGER!)

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