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Student Blogging Competition

If you’re reading this, you’re interested in the English Online student blogging competition.

We know you’re talented, and we want to showcase your writing.

This is a competition open exclusively to English Online students.

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How to enter:

Write a 500-700 words blog, and send it as an attached word file to eolmarketing@britishcouncil.org

Title: The strangest place I’ve attended my English Online class from, and why I was there.

Attending an online class means you can log on from anywhere. Usually, you’re at home but we know some of you have attended from some strange places.

Were you grocery shopping and realised it was time for class? Or maybe you were waiting at the airport for your plane to take off. Whatever your story, we really want to hear it!

To be considered, blogs should be:

  • • 500-700 words
  • • sent as a Microsoft Word file
  • • engaging from beginning to end. You can find tips on how to write an engaging blog here.

 

Whatever your story, make sure you write about it in an informal and accessible way.

Prize

All blogs will be reviewed by our content team.
The winning blog will be published on the English Online website, and promoted on British Council Learn English social media channels, which have over 5.5 million followers!

You will also have a half-hour workshop with one of our content creators to edit and fine-tune your blog.

Deadline: Friday 10 June 2022, Midnight UK time

We look forward to reading your blogs!

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Use the button below to submit your blog or to ask any questions about the competition.

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