Definition

The Student project category is special. It has no requirement of the work being published but it must still have been finalised in the previous calendar year. It must also be the result of a school assignment.

The fee in this category is 40 euros.

Students may enter any of the categories in the ED-Awards as long as they fulfil the requirement of the design being published for a customer. In this case they pay the standard fee. 

Included

Any design (printed or digital) that would have fitted in another category, had it been published.

Published school projects are also eligible in this category.

Excluded

Projects not initialized or assigned by the school.

Comments

The project must have been finalised in the previous calendar year.

See previous winners in this category here.

The Prize

The best entry in this category will be awarded with:

An ED-Awards trophy

1.000 euros in cash

Entrance to the ED Awards Conference and Ceremony

Files to prepare

Save image files and/or digital photos of the project as JPG (3600 x 1536 pixels RGB, 72 dpi).

These images will appear in the winners' gallery, if your design is awarded.

Upload the images via this site.

 Please upload any video (if applicable) on youtube or vimeo and enter the link in the relevant field when submitting your project. Do not forget to submit the video's password in the case that it is set on private mode.

What to send

Please send one sample of the project, if applicable. Mark it discreetly with your submission code.

A graduation certificate or a signed letter from a school professor, verifying that this is indeed a school initiated project, completed during the previous calendar year. The letter must include the professor’s contact details.

Place the letter, a sample (if applicable), and a CD/DVD (if applicable) in an envelope and post it to European Design's Greek office (to arrive no later than 24 February).

 

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