Am I eligible to take part?
If you are a current undergraduate, Masters of PhD student in the Department of Government, you are eligible to participate in the photography competition.
How do I submit a photo?
All photos must be submitted as high resolution, print quality digital files (minimum 300 dpi) in either .jpeg or .tiff format. If you have any technical queries, please don't hesitate to contact us on email@example.com with a question.
Email your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include
- Your full name
- Your programme title
- The location of the photograph (i.e. town, city or country)
- A short caption to go with the photo (maximum of 50 words please)
If your photograph is too large to attach to an email, please contact email@example.com and we can arrange a digital transfer.
How many entries can I submit?
We will accept one submission per person.
Can I submit an entry on behalf of someone else or that someone else has produced?
Any photographs submitted to the competition must be your own original work, and we will not accept submissions on behalf of someone else.
Can I submit AI generated images?
You may only submit your own original photographs, so (ironically) no AI generated images will be accepted.
When is the deadline for submission?
The deadline will be Monday 25 March 2024 at 5pm. Unfortunately, we will not accept any submissions after this time.
Who will pick the winners?
A judging panel drawn from across the department.
Will the submissions be displayed anywhere?
Yes, we will post selected competition entries on our website and social media channels, and also may exhibit physical versions in the department.
For any other questions you may have about the competition, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org