There are no set questions for this application and applicants are instructed that the process involves a judgment on the overall quality of the applicant. A “student journalist” or “student broadcaster” is not just a student who writes content or presents shows, but also one who focuses on student issues and produces bespoke content for a third-level audience. Similarly, those who work in a supporting capacity will do this through a variety of ways, and the application will need to demonstrate how those individuals have contributed to the success of student media.
You may apply on your behalf, or on behalf of someone else. Please do not exceed the indicated word limit. Applications must be received by 5pm on Friday 16th March. Supporting documentation, where relevant, may be emailed to email@example.com and must be received before the application deadline.
If you are submitting an application for a publication, please submit no more than three copies of your publication for consideration. Copies can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org in PDF format or posted to:
STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS, Union of Students in IrelandPortview HouseThorncastle StreetDublin 4.
If you are submitting video or audio, you can submit links on this form, or alternatively email them to email@example.com
The publications and other productions submitted must have been produced between May 1, 2017 and March 16, 2018. No description of the submission(s), apart from the available budget, is required for the nomination submission form, however the applicant may submit up to 250 words in support of the nominee with this form.
Supporting material must be received before the application deadline at 5pm on Friday 16th March.
Please note that only students who are a member of a USI-affiliated students' union may be nominated.