We are looking for creative and exciting entries that explore the ancient world and present it in a new media format. Dates for 2020's AV competition are TBC. Teams can have up to 4 members, from year 9 to year 13 (ages 13-19.).
Competition rules: This essay competition is for Lower Sixth Formers or Year 12 students (or equivalent). International applicants are welcomed but the essay must be written in English. Applicants will be required to enter their details online and to either upload one PDF copy of their essay.
For years, Ancient World Essay Competition we have been providing online custom writing assistance Ancient World Essay Competition to students from countries all over the world, including the US, the UK, Australia, Canada, Italy, New Zealand, China, and Japan.The Caucuses. The Caucuses Overview. Greek and Latin Literature (A) Greek and Roman Philosophy (B) Ancient History (C) Classical Art and Archaeology (D) Classical and Comparative Philology and Linguistics (E) Interdisciplinary Studies (X) University and College Teaching Staff.We were delighted to hear that Rosie Parr (EDH UVI), was awarded first prize in the national Omnibus Gladstone Competition - the UK's premier essay prize in Classics - for her essay 'Country life versus urban living in ancient Rome'. This follows on from Rosie's Certificate of Commendation last term from Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, for her essay on 'Women in the Ancient.
Established in 1971, in memory of a St Hugh’s College alumna, the Julia Wood Prize is an annual History essay competition open to Sixth Form pupils who have not been in the Sixth Form of any school or college for a period of more than two years.Read More
Instructions for entrants and essay questions are provided for the Kelvin, Thomas Campion and Vellacott prizes on the lefthand side as attachments. There is also an FAQ page for entrants and their teachers, as well as a guide for teachers on how to use our online system to run an internal competition within school and how to approve or modify essays.Read 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.Read More
In Theology, the study of the Ancient World forms a large part of the degree, with study of one of Greek, Hebrew, Arabic or Sanskrit. In Modern and Medieval Languages, it is possible to take Latin or Greek with a modern language.Read More
For my entry to another essay contest I've read about ten books on the subject previously - not for the essay specifically though. For that one I am about 300 words in and I'm sure the limit is 4000 words which is good as I have barely started For this one am just sorting out my reading list and have my argument plan ready, not much reading done at all yet!Read More
The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) and the Financial Times are pleased to announce the launch of our School Essay Competition. We are seeking thoughtful and well-argued responses from sixth form geography students for this joint competition.Read More
Call for submissions is now open! The British Society for the History of Mathematics is pleased to invite submissions for its 2020 undergraduate essay prize. The essay may be on any topic within the history of mathematics and should be no more than 2500 words in length (excluding references). The competition is open to any person who is enrolled as an undergraduate in a UK or Irish university.Read More
Murderous Games: Gladiatorial Contests in Ancient Rome. at between 50 and 60 million people, constituted perhaps one-fifth or one-sixth of the world's then population. Victorious conquest had been bought at a huge price, measured in human suffering, carnage, and money.. In ancient times, amphitheatres must have towered over cities, much.Read More
Compete in our Global Essay Competition and qualify for participation as a Leader of Tomorrow in the world's premier opportunity for intergenerational debates: The St. Gallen Symposium. Leaders of Tomorrow. Pre-Register for our Global Essay Competition. 2021.Read More
The essay submitted may be a revised version of an essay, tutorial paper or seminar paper by a student enrolled in a first, second or third year course. The essay may be on any aspect of Classical Studies (that is, the languages, history, thought and archaeology of the Ancient World).Read More