The New School application requires:
Open to adult and transfer students that want to complete their bachelor's degree at The New School for Public Engagement. To be eligible to win the scholarship prize, you need a minimum level of high school/upper secondary school education. Winners are expected to start their bachelor’s program in the fall of 2015.
In order to be selected as a finalist in the competition, the participant needs to submit a complete application to the New School for Public Engagement. To claim the scholarship prize, the winner must fulfill all enrollment requirements set by The New School for Public Engagement and be accepted by the Admissions Office.
No prize alternatives or cash equivalents are offered. Prizes are non-transferable. The winner is solely responsible for all applicable taxes related to the acceptance of the prize.
The value of the scholarship varies depending on the chosen program. The prize has a maximum value of $160,000.
The jury, consisting of representatives from Student Competitions and The New School for Public Engagement reserves the right to choose the winners at their sole discretion. The jury also reserves the right to choose fewer than the predetermined number of winners if, in the jury’s sole discretion, an insufficient number of eligible and/or qualified entries are received. Incomplete and/or inaccurate entries and entries not complying with all rules are subject to disqualification.
The terms are governed by Swedish law and therefore you submit to the jurisdiction of the Swedish courts. Student Competitions reserves the right to change these terms at any time.
Only one entry is accepted per participant. All participation in the competition must be individual.
When registering an account, it is necessary to accept Student Competitions' Terms & Conditions, which apply for all competitions organized by Student Competitions AB. These include: