Are you a maths whiz, an economist of the future, a budding blogger, and a sixth form student? The Financial Times have teamed up with the Bank of England to run a competition: write a blog of up to 500 words on anything related to the future world economy.
The most original, creative and high-quality entry will be posted on the Bank of England's Bank Underground blog and the FT Online website, which both get hundreds of thousands of hits a year.
Talk about exposure and one hell of a line in your personal statement.
Sound like something you might be interested in? Speak to your teachers, who might be able to help you with your entry, and head over to the Bank of England to read through all the entry requirements and conditions.
The competition closes on Sunday 15th of April 2018, so get writing. Good luck!
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