Ones to Watch has teamed up with the Guardian’s Education section to bring you a unique competition.
Want a Guardian byline in your portfolio? You could see your work published on one of guardian.co.uk’s prestigious online comment sections: the Mortarboard blog.
All you need to do is write a blog of no more than 600 words on the following question:
With fees tripling to £9,000 a year at most universities, is it inevitable that the student will become a consumer?
We’re open to any interpretation of the question that you choose but are looking for something original, engaging and well-researched, that is written clearly and accurately. The competition is open to any undergraduate or postgraduate student at UK universities.
The competition is now closed.