Speak on an academic topic of your choice for the chance to win up to £25,000 in scholarships to study in the UK with Kings Colleges.
One winner from every high school class will progress to the Grand Final event on Saturday 18 July at British Council Hanoi. The judging panel, including the Director of Kings Education, Mr Andrew Hutchinson, will choose three winners who will be awarded the prize of one scholarship each (up to £75,000 of scholarships in total).
- The summer course will contain four lessons focusing on preparing and delivering presentations but students must work individually to plan, design and deliver their presentations
- Presentations can be on any appropriate academic topic. Suitability of topic will be one of the marking criteria
- Presentations must last at least two minutes and no more than four minutes
- Presentations will be delivered in class on Tuesday 8 July 2015. Each class will put forward one winner to the final event, decided by the class and the teacher
- Scholarships to study either English Language or Pre-University Academic Preparation (Foundation or A Level Programmes) at Kings Colleges in the UK will be awarded to the three winners. Exact details of the scholarship amounts will be confirmed after an interview with the Director of Kings Colleges at the event and will be at least 50 per cent of the tuition fee of the course agreed upon, up to a maximum amount of £25,000 per winner
Terms and Conditions
- The competition is only open to high school students registered in courses in the summer term 2015 at British Council Hanoi
- Scholarships will be valid for all courses with start dates in either 2015 or 2016 and are not transferable. Scholarships cannot be combined with any other market offers or discounts. Scholarships will be confirmed on interview with Director, but some/all of the following supporting documentation may be required for issuance of offer: Kings Colleges application form, proof of English level, personal statement, translated academic transcripts
- All scholarships are subject to the student meeting the English language and/or academic requirements of the course selected.