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Competition Notice – USA

Information regarding the competition and the performance

Relevant terms for the competition:
The competition is open to all current undergraduate and graduate students, who completed the Universum’s Career Test survey for 2019 in the United States and registered upon completion of the survey. Any person not subject to completing the survey is not eligible to participate in this competition. This competition is done in accordance with Universum’s
GENERAL TERMS & CONDITIONS FOR PARTICIPATION IN COMPETITIONS. The participants must reside in the United States.

Relevant time limits:
The competition will start on the 16 October 2018 and will continue until the 12 of February 2019, or until the  2019 survey closes for the United States, if different from the latter.

The competition task/performance:
The participants need to answer the following question: “In your opinion, what is the most useful item to buy with a $10 USD Amazon gift-card?”. The answers will be evaluated on creativity and conciseness. Fourteen (14) winners will be awarded a prize* on a monthly basis, from October 2018 until February 2019.

Information regarding how the winner is appointed and the criteria assessed when appointing a winner:
Creativity and conciseness will be evaluated by the jury. The jury will consist of 3 members: Juan Figueroa, Maria Paris, and Natasja Geigert. All winners need to be unanimously approved.

Information regarding where and when the names of the winners will be published:
The results of the competition will be announced on 4 different batches: mid-November 2018,  mid-December 2018, mid-January, and mid-February. The results will be published on the competition’s website for a period of two (2) months, and the winners will also be informed personally by email.

*Awards/prizes:
The awards are 70 e-gift cards from Amazon (
https://www.amazon.com), one to be awarded to each winner. The prize needs to be claimed within the first 30 days of receiving the winning announcement.

Other:
The same terms apply to all participants in the competition. The assessment of the contributions will be impartial, and the competition will be conducted according to the rules that Universum hereby informed about and included in the 
GENERAL TERMS & CONDITIONS FOR PARTICIPATION IN COMPETITIONS.

Relevant terms for the competition:
The competition is open to all current undergraduate and graduate students, who completed the Universum’s Career Test survey for 2019 in the United States and registered upon completion of the survey. Any person not subject to completing the survey is not eligible to participate in this competition. This competition is done in accordance with Universum’s
GENERAL TERMS & CONDITIONS FOR PARTICIPATION IN COMPETITIONS. The participants must reside in the United States.

Relevant time limits:
The competition will start on the 16 October 2018 and will continue until the 12 of February 2019, or until the  2019 survey closes for the United States, if different from the latter.

The competition task/performance:
The participants need to answer the following question: “If you had $10 USD to donate to any cause, which cause would it be and why?”.The answers will be evaluated on creativity and conciseness. Fourteen (14) winners will be awarded a prize* on a monthly basis, from October 2018 until February 2019.

Information regarding how the winner is appointed and the criteria assessed when appointing a winner:
Creativity and conciseness will be evaluated by the jury. The jury will consist of 3 members: Juan Figueroa, Maria Paris, and Natasja Geigert. All winners need to be unanimously approved.

Information regarding where and when the names of the winners will be published:
The results of the competition will be announced on 4 different batches: mid-November 2018,  mid-December 2018, mid-January, and mid-February. The results will be published on the competition’s website for a period of two (2) months, and the winners will also be informed personally over email.

*Awards/prizes:
The awards are 70 charity e-gift cards from GlobalGiving (
https://www.globalgiving.org), one to be awarded to each winner. The prize needs to be claimed within the first 30 days of receiving the winning announcement.

Other:
The same terms apply to all participants in the competition. The assessment of the contributions will be impartial, and the competition will be conducted according to the rules that Universum hereby informed about and included in the 
GENERAL TERMS & CONDITIONS FOR PARTICIPATION IN COMPETITIONS.

Relevant terms for the competition:
The competition is open to all current undergraduate and graduate students, who completed the Universum’s Career Test survey for 2019 in the United States and registered upon completion of the survey. Any person not subject to completing the survey is not eligible to participate in this competition. This competition is done in accordance with Universum’s 
GENERAL TERMS & CONDITIONS FOR PARTICIPATION IN COMPETITIONS. The participants must reside in the United States.

Relevant time limits:
The competition will start on the 16 October 2018 and will continue until the 12 of February 2019, or until the  2019 survey closes for the United States, if different from the latter.

The competition task/performance:
The participants need to answer the following question: “In your opinion, why is it important to carry college swag at all times?”.The answers will be evaluated on creativity and conciseness. Three (3) winners will be awarded a prize* on a monthly basis, from October 2018 until February 2019.

Information regarding how the winner is appointed and the criteria assessed when appointing a winner:
Creativity and conciseness will be evaluated by the jury. The jury will consist of 3 members: Juan Figueroa, Maria Paris, and Natasja Geigert. All winners need to be unanimously approved.

Information regarding where and when the names of the winners will be published:
The results of the competition will be announced on 4 different batches: mid-November 2018,  mid-December 2018, mid-January, and mid-February. The results will be published on the competition’s website for a period of two (2) months and the winners will also be informed personally over email.

*Awards/prizes:
The awards are 15 items purchased in the form of store credit and will be awarded to each winner via store credit at their attending school. The prize needs to be claimed within the first 30 days of receiving the winning announcement. Please note that Universum will need to share the first name, last name and university email address of each winner with their respective college store in order for the prize to be awarded. If the winner fails to provide this information and permission within 14 days, Universum will award a new winner instead.

Other:
The same terms apply to all participants in the competition. The assessment of the contributions will be impartial, and the competition will be conducted according to the rules that Universum hereby informed about and included in the 
GENERAL TERMS & CONDITIONS FOR PARTICIPATION IN COMPETITIONS.

Relevant terms for the competition:
The competition is open to all current undergraduate and graduate students, who completed the Universum’s Career Test survey for 2019 in the United States and registered upon completion of the survey. Any person not subject to completing the survey is not eligible to participate in this competition. This competition is done in accordance with Universum’s
GENERAL TERMS & CONDITIONS FOR PARTICIPATION IN COMPETITIONS. The participants must reside in the United States.

Relevant time limits:
The competition will start on the 12 December 2018 and will continue until the 11th of February 2019.

The competition task/performance:
The participants need to answer the following question: “Why do you want to learn how to code?”. The answers will be evaluated on creativity and conciseness. One (1) winner will be awarded a prize*, from 12 December 2018 until 31 December 2018. One (1) winner will be awarded a prize*, from Jan 1st until Jan 20th. One (1) winner will be awarded a prize*, from Jan 21st until February 11th.

Information regarding how the winner is appointed and the criteria assessed when appointing a winner:
Creativity and conciseness will be evaluated by the jury. The jury will consist of 3 members: Daniel Eckert, Maria Paris, and Natasja Geigert. All winners need to be unanimously approved.

Information regarding where and when the names of the winners will be published:
The results of the competition will be announced during the week of February 18th. The results will be published on the competition’s website for a period of two (2) months, and the winners will also be informed personally by email.

*Awards/prizes:
The award is a CanaKit Raspberry Pi 3 B+ (B Plus) with Premium Clear Case and 2.5A Power Supply from Amazon (
https://www.amazon.com), one to be awarded to each winner. The prize needs to be claimed within the first 30 days of receiving the winning announcement.

Other:
The same terms apply to all participants in the competition. The assessment of the contributions will be impartial, and the competition will be conducted according to the rules that Universum hereby informed about and included in the 
GENERAL TERMS & CONDITIONS FOR PARTICIPATION IN COMPETITIONS.

Relevant terms for the competition:
The competition is open to all current undergraduate and graduate students, who completed the Universum’s Career Test survey for 2019 in the United States and registered upon completion of the survey. Any person not subject to completing the survey is not eligible to participate in this competition. This competition is done in accordance with Universum’s
GENERAL TERMS & CONDITIONS FOR PARTICIPATION IN COMPETITIONS. The participants must reside in the United States.

Relevant time limits:
The competition will start on the 12 December 2018 and will continue until the 31st of December 2018.

The competition task/performance:
The participants need to answer the following question: “Why do you want to learn how to code?”. The answers will be evaluated on creativity and conciseness. One (1) winner will be awarded a prize*, from 12 December 2018 until 31 December 2018.

Information regarding how the winner is appointed and the criteria assessed when appointing a winner:
Creativity and conciseness will be evaluated by the jury. The jury will consist of 3 members: Juan Figueroa, Maria Paris, and Natasja Geigert. All winners need to be unanimously approved.

Information regarding where and when the names of the winners will be published:
The results of the competition will be announced during the first two weeks of January. The results will be published on the competition’s website for a period of two (2) months, and the winners will also be informed personally by email.

*Awards/prizes:
The award is a CanaKit Raspberry Pi 3 B+ (B Plus) with Premium Clear Case and 2.5A Power Supply from Amazon (
https://www.amazon.com), one to be awarded to each winner. The prize needs to be claimed within the first 30 days of receiving the winning announcement.

Other:
The same terms apply to all participants in the competition. The assessment of the contributions will be impartial, and the competition will be conducted according to the rules that Universum hereby informed about and included in the 
GENERAL TERMS & CONDITIONS FOR PARTICIPATION IN COMPETITIONS.

Relevant terms for the competition:
The competition is open to all current undergraduate and graduate students, who completed the Universum’s Career Test survey for 2019 in the United States and registered upon completion of the survey. Any person not subject to completing the survey is not eligible to participate in this competition. This competition is done in accordance with Universum’s GENERAL TERMS & CONDITIONS FOR PARTICIPATION IN COMPETITIONS. The participants must reside in the United States.

Relevant time limits:
The competition will start on the 1 of January and will continue until the 11 of February 2019.

The competition task/performance:
The participants need to answer the following question: “We would like to improve our survey for 2019. In your opinion, what should we continue to offer and what should we change?”. The answers will be evaluated on creativity and conciseness. Five (5) winners will be awarded a prize*, from 1 January 2018 until 11 February 2019.

Information regarding how the winner is appointed and the criteria assessed when appointing a winner:
Creativity and conciseness will be evaluated by the jury. The jury will consist of 3 members: Daniel Eckert, Maria Paris, and Natasja Geigert. All winners need to be unanimously approved.

Information regarding where and when the names of the winners will be published:
The results of the competition will be announced during the last week of February. The results will be published on the competition’s website for a period of two (2) months, and the winners will also be informed personally by email.

*Awards/prizes:
The awards are 5 e-gift cards from Amazon (https://www.amazon.com), one to be awarded to each winner. The prize needs to be claimed within the first 30 days of receiving the winning announcement.

Other:
The same terms apply to all participants in the competition. The assessment of the contributions will be impartial, and the competition will be conducted according to the rules that Universum hereby informed about and included in the GENERAL TERMS & CONDITIONS FOR PARTICIPATION IN COMPETITIONS.

Amazon Gift Cards

The winners of the Amazon Gift Cards competition are:

January

Robert Cannon
Victoria Casarez
Ishant Khurana
Owen Luo
Ann Hesler
Karan Parikh
Katya Carlson
Jacob Rosen
Susie Lim
Sowmya Tata
Kylah harris
Andrew Lewis
Brea Stockton
Ulysis Slagle

Charity Donation

The winners of the Charity Donation competition are:

January

Naomi Grant
Isaac Anguilar
Soo Han
Meghan Turner
Kar Ee Ho
Jennifer Bajorek
Jozsef Brehel CISA
Samantha King
Hannah mickey
Noah Schwartz
Marlene Soto
Saskia Holman
Eric Brengel
Paul Ruffin

College Swag

The winners of the College Swag competition are:

January

Tyler McHugh
Sara Cobb
Elizabeth Johnston

Survey closing

 

The winners of the Survey Closing competition are:

Nicolette Ellison
Timothy Quinn
Harry Ho
Kotryna Matulyte
Tyra Allen