Students produce an inspirational poster or short video highlighting your skills and achievements to inspire your peers.
The winning student will be offered a PAID Micro-Placement - for 20 hours.
The aim of the competition is to help us to create a community in which students are able to share their experiences, give advice and encourage others.
To get some ideas of skills you might want to include about yourself, why not try this quick assessment to help you with your poster or video.
The Employability Skills Student Poster Competition is open to current University of Suffolk students studying in the following locations: Ipswich, East Coast College, Suffolk New College, and West Suffolk College.
Below you will see the winning posters from our last competition.
1. The Promoter is University of Suffolk Careers, Employability and Enterprise team, Waterfront Building, 19 Neptune Quay, Ipswich, IP4 1QJ.
2. The rules of the competition may be altered at any time.
3. The prize is a paid micro-placement of 20 hours with the Careers, Employability and Enterprise team.
4. The Promoter reserves the right to offer an alternative prize of equal or greater value. In the event of unforeseen circumstances or circumstances outside its reasonable control, the Promoter reserves the right to modify or discontinue, temporarily or permanently, this promotion without prior notice.
5. No purchase or payment is required to enter. All entries are free.
6. The competition is open to current University of Suffolk students studying in the following locations: Ipswich, East Coast College, Suffolk New College, and West Suffolk College.
7. Enter by designing your own poster or producing a short video according to the guidelines and emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org
8. A winner will be selected in February 2022. The winner will be contacted with details about the placement and may be promoted on social media.
9. Entries must be submitted by midnight on 21 February 2022. Entries received after this time will not be considered.
10. The Promoter does not accept responsibility for network, computer or software failures of any kind and has no responsibility for lost, delayed or misdirected entries.
11. The Prize will not be offered as a cash alternative.
12. By entering, you are allowing us to republish your name if you are selected as the winner.
13. Abusive, offensive, inappropriate or discriminatory entries will not be counted.
14. This competition is not endorsed, sponsored or affiliated in any way with Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
15. If the winner fails to respond to confirm they will claim their prize, a new winner will be selected.
16. Your poster will be printed by the University in A3 and can be submitted PDF Microsoft Word or Publisher.
17. One poster entry per person.
- One poster or video entry per person
- Posters can be landscape or portrait
- Posters will be displayed online and on social media.
Poster or video design – good reflection on skills and achievements, presentation and visual communication