2014-08-06 14:16:31 - Big cash prizes and scholarships available to high school students in "Stamford Sticker
Bangkok–Stamford International University, a respected and established innovative educational institute in Thailand, is pleased to announce the “Stamford Sticker Design Contest,” a competition designed for high school students to showcase their creativity and put their freehand or computer-aided design skills to the test! Competing students have a chance to win cash prizes of up to 50,000 Baht, the offer of a half-price scholarship to Stamford and a special commemorative plaque which will be awarded to all of the top entries. Applications are open from now until 22 August, 2014.
All submitted designs in the "Stamford Sticker Design Contest" must demonstrate unique creativity by showing the ‘international’ feel and concept of Stamford (internationally experienced faculty, internationally diverse student base) with clear meaning
and practical use. The winning competitor will receive a cash prize of up to 50,000 Baht, with 20,000 Baht awarded to the second winner and 10,000 Baht for third place. Every prize awarded will also include a plaque, certificate and 50% scholarship offer from Stamford International University.
"Stamford Sticker Design Contest" is a part of Stamford International University’s vision to develop the potential of students and increase competency, both in academic terms and in career readiness. This project serves as a platform for a new generation to express their creativity and creative design ideas, and grow skills they can use based on real world experience.
For more information, please call 090-198-5815, 02-769-4000 or visit www.stamford.edu
About Stamford International University
Stamford International University has campuses in Bangkok and Hua Hin, serving students from 72 countries, with a domestic price ranging from 42,000 THB Baht per semester. The university has the distinction of encouraging critical and creative thinking amongst its students through a student-centered as well as learning-centered approach. Stamford became a member of the Laureate International Universities network in 2012 to enhance global resources and opportunities for students. Laureate International Universities has a presence in 30 countries, with more than 75 accredited universities, serving more than 850,000 students globally.