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D&AD Student Awards 2009: Deadline

Register now to look at this year's briefs

For thirty-one years the D&AD Student Awards have been kick-starting stellar careers in design and advertising. Past winners of the coveted D&AD Student Yellow Pencil work in the best organisations around the world producing some of the most creative work.

Students: We are looking for the next generation of problem solvers. You don’t necessarily need to be studying design or advertising to enter, you just need to provide us with creative solutions to the problems posed in any of our 27 briefs. The competition is tough, but if you win you’ll be amongst the best.

Tutors: The best colleges are represented in the D&AD Student Awards. The briefs present a great opportunity for your students to practise the creative problem solving skills and conceptual thinking that you have taught them on real brands and communications problems.

Professionals: Here you will find the talent your agency needs to remain competitive. This year we have moved the Student Annual online, which means you’ll be able to look at all the winners as soon as the results are announced at the beginning of July. Register now to receive updates.

Sample briefs cover everything from mobile marketing to installations, product design to Web videos, traditional advertising to viral marketing, and graphic design to online design. A total of 27 briefs are available.

Laura Woodroffe, D&AD Director of Education & Professional Development, said: “For over 30 years, the D&AD Student Yellow Pencil has been one of the toughest student awards to win and one of the best first steps to a career in advertising and design. Our standards couldn’t remain so high without the industry staying closely involved to help encourage the next generation.”
The awards are open to any full or part time students enrolled on recognized undergraduate, postgraduate and Higher Education courses anywhere in the world. Entry costs £15/£12 for student members. Student can enter work from 19 January until 20 March. Nominations will be announced in early June and winners will be announced at the D&AD Student Awards Ceremony on July 2 2009 in London.


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