Saturday, 15 October 2016

CIAPS Public Interest Essay Competition 2016. ₦1 MILLION WORTH OF PRIZES TO BE WON.


The CIAPS Public Interest Essay themed “Nigerian Recession: Diagnosis & Prognosis”which has a total of one million naira (N1million) Prize is opened to Students, Graduates, Professionals, Academics and all Stakeholders with interest in and understanding of the Nigerian economy.

Application Deadline: 12am 29th November 2016

Eligible Countries: Nigeria

To be taken at (country): Nigeria

About the Award:For the first time in more than a decade, economic experts, operators and observers have officially and unanimously declared Nigeria in recession.

Like with most political-economic events, many disagree on the reasons for the recession and consequently possible ways out of it.

This CIAPS Prize is aimed at encouraging fact-based analysis as part of our effort in contributing to the building of knowledge based societies.

CIAPS
is an international graduate school that offers postgraduate and professional programmes for graduates interested in pursuing careers in the areas of Media and Journalism, Banking & Finance, Business Administration, Project Management, Production & Operations Management, Business Development, Graduate Diploma for PAs & Senior Executive, and Event Management

Selection Process: Entries are welcome from anyone with interest in and knowledge of the Nigerian Economy and recession and will be judged by members of the CIAPS faculty in collaboration with a selected panelist of economic experts, operators and observers.

PRIZES

Best entry N500, 000
Second place N250, 000
Third place N150,000
Fourth and Fifth runners up N50,000

GUIDELINES: Successful candidates will submit
A not more than 5000 words Essay that clearly and concisely traces the origin and causes of the present recession, identify possible ways out of it and suggest what government, businesses and individuals should do and not do to overcome the recession.
A not more than 1000 words synopsis of the same essay.

Selected essays will be published for an international audience.

All entries are to be submitted with a cover note containing a brief biography of writer to www.ciaps.org not later than the deadline date (see above).

For more information please click here.

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