UNIVERSITY INTERNATIONAL STUDENT TRAVEL BOOK AWARD

For the sixth year in a row, Clermont Auvergne University is organizing the International Student Travel Journal Award, which distinguishes the best travel journal produced by a student.

Open to all those enrolled in a higher education institution in France or abroad, the contest allows to transcribe an experience lived during a trip, in text and images, giving free rein to the meaning of observation and the creativity of its author. The winning carnettist will receive a prize of 500 euros.

THE COMPETITION

The competition is open to all students enrolled in a higher education institution in France or abroad, regardless of their nationality. The Travel Book must transcribe, in text and image, an experience lived during a trip, a journey or the discovery of a culture or environment. It can result from a personal trip, an exchange abroad as part of a curriculum, a study trip or a field trip. Participating notebooks must be in paper – digital formats are not accepted – the language (s) used being left to the free choice of the author. The winning carnettist will receive a prize of 500 euros.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE ?

To participate, register online until September 30, 2018
by completing this form and send us the original of your travel journal by post before October 5, 2018, along with a photocopy of your student card, to:
Université Clermont Auvergne, Direction de la Vie Universitaire – 47, boulevard François-Mitterrand CS 60032 – 63001 Clermont-Ferrand Cedex 1.
The university undertakes to return your notebook (hand-delivered or return by post on request).

>> For more information, see the contest rules
>> Online registration form

The award ceremony will take place at the 2018 edition of the 19th Rendez-vous de carnet de voyage on November 16, 2018.

2017 WINNERS

WINNER:  Amélie CENET for L’autre côté de la lune
Student for State Diploma of Landscape – School of Nature and Landscape of Blois

SPECIALE INTERNATIONALE MENTION: Christina QI for Italy
Illustration Student at Rhode Island School of Design