Essay Writing Competition 2022
Discuss what can be done to revive high streets and the bricks-and-mortar retail experience to make it more exciting, successful and inclusive for all in a post-pandemic world.
The essay competition is open to current college/sixth form and university students. To enter the competition, we ask that you:
You are available to take the Real Estate Analyst two-day online course via Zoom on the 26th – 27th April 2022.
- Your essay must be between 800-1,000 words max.
- You must answerthe question as specified above.
- Your essay must be uploaded in a Word.doc, without your name appearing in the document.
- The deadline for the receipt of entries is 17:00 GMT on Sunday 16th January 2022. Please note that late entries cannot be accepted.
- The winner will be announced on Wednesday the 1st February.
- All entries will be acknowledged by email. Please check your junk folder if you haven’t received it. Unfortunately, we do not have the capacity to provide feedback on unsuccessful entries.
- The winner must be willing to be in any publicity that we or Bayfield publish related to the prize, which can include picture, name, testimonial by video and/or writing etc.
- Winners are entitled to refer to the achievement on their CV.
- Important Note: The essay must be the sole creation and original work of the entrant. Any form of plagiarism will result in an automatic disqualification
The winner of this competition will receive:
- A place on the Real Estate Analyst: Financial Modelling in Excel course (worth £1,500 and CPD accredited)
- The essay published and promoted on The Land Collective website and social media platforms.
- A £25 Amazon Voucher.
The runner up will receive:
- A £10 Amazon voucher
- The essay published on The Land Collective website.