Through the program 'Pa' la CUN con articulation ', the National Unified Corporation for Higher Education (CUN) opens registrations for 2 contests aimed at students from 8th to 11th of private schools of basic and secondary education in Colombia. According to the institution, this event seeks to encourage the technological field and entertaining education in students of the last school years. The idea with this initiative is to link college students with the training processes of the CUN, and give them the possibility of obtaining surprise prizes and scholarships for up to 50%.

The first contest will consist of a 'Free Fire Mobile' tournament, a video game for mobile devices, which will have 400 participants from all over the country. This tournament must be played on mobile devices and the use of emulators is prohibited. Of the total quotas, 200 places will be allocated for non-articulated students who belong to schools with or without an agreement with the CUN. The registration deadline for this tournament is today (September 28) until 23:59 Colombian time. Check here the complete regulation.

The second contest will be photography and any student who has a mobile device with a functional camera can participate, which allows him to take a picture alluding to the professional career he wishes to study. This 'photography workshop-contest' has the registration deadline until tomorrow (September 29) at 23:59 Colombian time. The institution stated that "Participation during the workshop must be permanent and is mandatory to participate in the contest to be held live". In this link You can see the complete regulation.

The National Unified Corporation for Higher Education pointed out that to create these contests they were based on «The daily tastes and affinities of the young people of the country that are interesting to them and allow them to define their professional learning path». For more information about the schedule, the conditions of participation and to register for the contests click here.


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