Student Graphic Design Competition Returns for 2016/2017 Academic Year

Student Graphic Design Competition

Students James Ainsworth (left) and Michael Jackson (right) with their winning design

Display Wizard’s student graphic design competition has been re-launched for the 2016/2017 academic year.

The competition, now in its second year, saw a number of fantastic entrants last time around from universities and colleges across the country, with three creative winning designs chosen amongst a wide range of entries.

The winner this time around will be lucky enough to receive a Wacom Intuos Pro tablet, £500 in prize money and their stands printed by their University/College on top of the benefits it brings to the winner’s CV.

One of last year’s winning students, Michael Jackson, said of the competition:

“This was a great brief to work on that provided a lot of scope for creativity. Winning the competition and undertaking the internship has been a great experience for me personally and should aid my professional career going forward.”

As long as you are a registered student at a UK institution, entering the competition is extremely easy:

  • Using the templates provided, you will need to design two eye-catching promotional stands that show the social or cultural benefits of being a student at your institution.
  • You will also need to write a 250-word essay to explain the inspiration behind the designs.
  • All entries will need to be made before 1st May 2017

If you eligible and looking for an interesting design brief, please enter by following the requirements in the link below:

https://www.displaywizard.co.uk/graphic-design-student-competition

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