Guardian Student Media Awards 2014: are you an aspiring journalist?
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We want to let you know about a fantastic opportunity taking place at the Guardian. If you are currently attending university and an aspiring journalist, apply to the Guardian Student Media Awards today! Winners will receive a money-can't-buy prize of two weeks work experience at the Guardian, while runners up will receive one week. This year, additional prizes of an iPad Air and tickets to a Guardian Masterclass on journalism are also up for grabs. For the past 35 years, the awards have sought out the best student writers, designers, broadcasters, editors, and photographers, with the aim of rewarding and celebrating their work. Previous winners have gone on to become hugely successful, and include: Patrick Kingsley, Egypt correspondent, The Guardian Andrew Rawnsley, Associate Editor, politics, The Observer Rachel Newsome, Editor of Dazed and Confused Mark Frith, former Editor, Heat Magazine John (Rankin) Waddell, photographer Jonathan Freedland, Executive Editor of Opinion, The Guardian Emily Barr, travel writer and novelist The challenge is to enter three examples of your work by Monday 28th July 2014, and the five best entries in each category will be shortlisted and invited to attend the awards ceremony in November. For more information and to submit your entry please visit the website.
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