Oct
31
2013

Win a year of study in Australia – still time to enter before November 18

Design a digital postcard about your future and win a year of studies in Australia, including flights, tuition, accommodation, a stipend and more. Contest ends 18 November and the major prize winner will be announced on 17 December 2013 and will take up their prize in 2014.

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That’s not all. Seven finalists will be flown to Australia for a two-week study tour in December 2013 meeting with tertiary institutions from coast to coast.

The main prize includes:

  • one year of study in Australia in 2014
  • flights
  • tuition
  • accommodation
  • a stipend
  • an internship and other support

To enter, visit: www.futureunlimited.com.au and follow the steps to create a digital postcard.

1. upload a photo

2. add illustrations

3. write in 50 words or less describing future aspirations and how an Australian education would help realise them

4. answer some basic questions, and submit the postcard.

Follow the competition on Twitter at @FutureUnlimited #studyinAustralia.

The competition is managed by the Australian Trade Commission and supported by 21 of Australia’s tertiary education providers and the following gold sponsors: Education Testing Services (ETS), National Australia Bank, Qantas, Telstra and the University of New South Wales.

Good luck! If you need further information on studying in Australia please visit www.studyinaustralia.gov.au/canada.

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About the Author: Katie Idle

About our business, Study and Go Abroad is the 'go to' site for Canadians looking to study abroad, travel, intern or volunteer. We organize fairs twice a year in various cities in Canada, and I'd recommend getting down to one of them to check out all the exciting options. As for me, I'm a business woman and a travel junkie! I have always had a passion for travel and for experiencing new cultures. Brought up in England, I traveled Europe in my teens and early 20s. I have lived and worked on 3 continents; Europe, Africa and North America. I have traveled extensively worldwide both for work and for fun - and still can't believe how much of the world there is still to see!

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