The Consulate-General of Japan in Sydney is holding an Australia-Japan relations essay contest. The contest aims to encourage and develop a better understanding of Australia-Japan relations, among secondary school students in New South Wales. This English language contest is open to all high school students, not only for those studying Japanese.
The 2018 Australia-Japan Relations Essay Contest is now open for all NSW and Northern Territory secondary school students. This is an English language contest that is open to all students, not only those who are studying Japanese. The contest aims to encourage an understanding of Japan and Australia-Japan relations for secondary school students.
This annual essay contest is organized in an effort to harness the energy, creativity and initiative of the world's youth in promoting a culture of peace and sustainable development. It also aims to inspire society to learn from the young minds and to think about how each of us can make a difference in the world.
The results of the 2019 Australia-Japan Relations Essay Contest for Secondary School Students in New South Wales and the Northern Territory was announced last week by the Japanese Consulate. The contest’s aim is to encourage an understanding of Japan and Australia-Japan relations among NSW and NT secondary students.
BBC student awarded Highly Commended in the 2018 Australia-Japan Relations Essay Contest for NSW and NT Secondary School Students.Learn More
Winners of the 2019 iSAY Essay Competition (front row, from left) Charlotte Choi, John Swan, Olivia Stanley, Tran Thi Thu Trang and (back low, right) I Gst. Putu Agung Trisna Guna Pradnyana, met DFAT Secretary Ms Frances Adamson (front row, center), and (back row, from left) Chief Negotiator Regional Trade Agreements Division Ms Elizabeth Ward, Ambassador of Vietnam His Excellency Mr Ngo Huong.Learn More
Four of our students and their parents attended the award ceremony on Thursday last week. It was a lovely ceremony and our students represented themselves and our college exceptionally. It was a hot day but boys were happily wearing their FULL winter school uniform. Our students are fantastic.Learn More
International Affairs Forum (IA-Forum), a publication of the Center for International Relations, provides all-partisan views, analysis, and information about international affairs, intelligence and economics issues to promote dialogue and comprehensive understanding.Learn More
Whether you want to show your creative skills or you are searching for an essay contest, here is an excellent opportunity to apply for the Mainor Wirth Academic Essay Writing Scholarship. The grant is open for the academic year 2020-2021.Learn More
Australia is the thirteen’s largest economy of the world. The economy was increased and the quality of life is also increasing. Moreover, the growth of China is giving more credit to the Australian growth. Geographically speaking, China is well positioned for relations and import-export with countries as Australia.Learn More
The Queen's Commonwealth Essay Competition has been gathering English language entries of aspiring young writers' thoughts on key issues of the day since 1883. With children across the Commonwealth out of school, we are delighted to share a message from our Vice-Patron HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, inspiring children and young people to enter The Queens Commonwealth Essay Competition 2020.Learn More
The aim of the annual Australia-Japan Relations Essay Contest is to encourage and develop a better understanding of Japan and Australia-Japan relations amongst Australian students.Learn More
Welcome to the most comprehensive list of creative writing competitions and events for writers on the internet. Each item on our list includes basic information about max word count, associated fees, submission deadlines, and the maximum prize that can be won. Clicking on an item opens a new page featuring a more detailed description and a link to the organizer’s submission page.Learn More
Fellowship of Australian Writers Western Australia Closing date extended from 1 June to 1 JULY The Stuart Hadow Prize is an annual short story competition run by FAWWA in honour of WA writers Lyndall Hadow and Donald Stuart.Learn More
Australia and Japan living comparison. Explore similarities and differences. In 1603, after decades of civil warfare, the Tokugawa shogunate (a military-led, dynastic government) ushered in a long period of relative political stability and isolation from foreign influence. For more than two centuries this policy enabled Japan to enjoy a flowering of its indigenous culture.Learn More
The Reach Cambridge scholarship essay competition is designed for academically excellent high school students aged between 15 and 17 who would otherwise not be able to attend our programs. Please note that this scholarship competition is not for application to the University of Cambridge.Learn More