Rba Essay Competition 2011

SUBMISSIONS About our sponsor: The Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA) comprises more than 60 member and affiliate member schools around the world dedicated to the improvement of professional education in international affairs and the advancement thereby of international understanding, prosperity, peace, and security.

By combining multidisciplinary, policy-oriented, intercultural studies with career development, APSIA member schools are preparing students for the global workplace of the 21st Century and have become the primary sources of education for international affairs professionals in their respective countries.

A presentation ceremony, to be hosted by the Reserve Bank of Australia, will be held in October 2015.

For enquiries about the competition please email: [email protected]

At the same time, Australia’s mining industry is undergoing transition from the investment phase to the production phase.

Students are asked to discuss the implications of these changes for the mining, non-mining and trade-exposed sectors of the Australian economy, and the role that economic policy can play in smoothing the transition process.Any prospective winner or prospective honorable mention who fails to notifywith any complaint or problem within ninety (90) days after prize notification, forfeits the right to do so.The prospective winner and prospective honorable mentions may be required to sign (or the chosen contestant's legal guardian or parent if such a contestant is not of legal age in his/her state/country of residence) a publicity release within thirty (30) days of notification, which will allow to use their names, biographical information and/or pictures for the purpose of advertising, trade, or promotion without further compensation or consideration in any and all media throughout the world, unless prohibited by law.Prizes for first and second place are ,000 and

Students are asked to discuss the implications of these changes for the mining, non-mining and trade-exposed sectors of the Australian economy, and the role that economic policy can play in smoothing the transition process.

Any prospective winner or prospective honorable mention who fails to notifywith any complaint or problem within ninety (90) days after prize notification, forfeits the right to do so.

The prospective winner and prospective honorable mentions may be required to sign (or the chosen contestant's legal guardian or parent if such a contestant is not of legal age in his/her state/country of residence) a publicity release within thirty (30) days of notification, which will allow to use their names, biographical information and/or pictures for the purpose of advertising, trade, or promotion without further compensation or consideration in any and all media throughout the world, unless prohibited by law.

Prizes for first and second place are $2,000 and $1,000 respectively.

A $500 prize will be awarded to the best essay from a first-year student.

||

Students are asked to discuss the implications of these changes for the mining, non-mining and trade-exposed sectors of the Australian economy, and the role that economic policy can play in smoothing the transition process.Any prospective winner or prospective honorable mention who fails to notifywith any complaint or problem within ninety (90) days after prize notification, forfeits the right to do so.The prospective winner and prospective honorable mentions may be required to sign (or the chosen contestant's legal guardian or parent if such a contestant is not of legal age in his/her state/country of residence) a publicity release within thirty (30) days of notification, which will allow to use their names, biographical information and/or pictures for the purpose of advertising, trade, or promotion without further compensation or consideration in any and all media throughout the world, unless prohibited by law.Prizes for first and second place are $2,000 and $1,000 respectively.A $500 prize will be awarded to the best essay from a first-year student.The competition is open to students who are currently enrolled in an undergraduate program at an accredited university in Australia.Entries must be submitted by Wednesday, 12 August 2015.ADDITIONAL TERMS AND CONDITIONSBy completing the essay and sending it to [email protected], the contestant is submitting his/her information to will not be contacting the contestant except to notify him/her if he/she is the winner of the contest.By submitting an essay, the contestant fully and unconditionally agrees to and accepts these rules. is not accountable for (i) any events beyond its control that may cause the contest to be interrupted or corrupted; (ii) any injuries, losses, or damages of any kind occurring with or as a result of the prize, or from participation in the contest. ACADEMIC SUBSCRIPTION OFFERSEducators: With this subscription offer, you qualify for a complimentary subscription if more than five students subscribe.The Reserve Bank of Australia sponsors an essay competition for undergraduates studying economics at any accredited university in Australia.The competition is run by the Bank in conjunction with the UNSW Economics Society.

,000 respectively.A 0 prize will be awarded to the best essay from a first-year student.The competition is open to students who are currently enrolled in an undergraduate program at an accredited university in Australia.Entries must be submitted by Wednesday, 12 August 2015.ADDITIONAL TERMS AND CONDITIONSBy completing the essay and sending it to [email protected], the contestant is submitting his/her information to will not be contacting the contestant except to notify him/her if he/she is the winner of the contest.By submitting an essay, the contestant fully and unconditionally agrees to and accepts these rules. is not accountable for (i) any events beyond its control that may cause the contest to be interrupted or corrupted; (ii) any injuries, losses, or damages of any kind occurring with or as a result of the prize, or from participation in the contest. ACADEMIC SUBSCRIPTION OFFERSEducators: With this subscription offer, you qualify for a complimentary subscription if more than five students subscribe.The Reserve Bank of Australia sponsors an essay competition for undergraduates studying economics at any accredited university in Australia.The competition is run by the Bank in conjunction with the UNSW Economics Society.

SHOW COMMENTS

Comments Rba Essay Competition 2011

The Latest from www.i-inox.ru ©