Cambridge Essay Competition Psychology

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Title: Fitzwiliam College Cambridge Ancient World / Classics Essay Competition 2014-15 Details: This essay competition is for Lower Sixth Formers (Year 12s).

In response, we think there is a need for a more coherent focus on the worker and on the subjective experience of working.

After describing the current paradigm we suggest an alternative—a person-centric work psychology that takes the worker as its focus and worker experience as a topic of study.

Winners will be flown to London for a week of cultural and educational visits, culminating in a special award event in November 2015.

Runners-up will be recognised in national award events. Further Details: https://thercs.org/youth/competition Title: Peterhouse Cambridge Thomas Campion English Prize Details: Write an essay of between 1,500 and 2,500 words on one of the many titles provided.

Smith Memorial Prize 2015 Essay Competition, supported by Routledge Publishers Details: A2 level students in England and Wales and Advanced Higher students in Scotland are invited to write an essay of up to 1500 words on the following title: Deadline: Essays must be received by Friday 27 February 2015.

Prizes: £100 in book vouchers Further Details: Work/Schools/Title: The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2015 Details: Open to all Commonwealth citizens aged 18 and under, the Essay Competition offers young people the opportunity to make their voice heard on a global platform and engage with issues important to them.

Every year, judges are impressed with the extremely high standard of entry as participants compete with their peers from every corner of the Commonwealth.

For many bright and ambitious students, this is the ultimate competition!

” This coincides with the centenary of Sir Ernest Shackleton’s Endurance expedition, which aimed to complete the first crossing of Antarctica.

However, Shackleton’s ship was crushed in the ice leading to his crew being relocated to Elephant Island; a journey of 800 miles across the Southern Ocean to South Georgia and the successful rescue of all his men.

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