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Corvinus Uni announces blog post competition

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The Institute of Communication and Sociology, together with the Department of Communication and Media at Corvinus University of Budapest, announced the university's first blog post competition entitled “Self, Screen, Success” focusing on crucial issues of new media and mobile technology, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

The overall objective of the competition is to invite all students studying in Hungary to challenge themselves in creative writing, text production strategies, and content creation concerning digital communication in an international environment.

The organizers encourage students to share their personal experiences and perspectives on the topic available, without being driven by societal expectations or general opinions.

Contestants can choose one of the following topics:

  • What does the labour market not know about my generation and use of technology?
  • How does my smartphone affect my daily life? What does my smartphone not know about me?
  • I am smarter than AI because...

The deadline for application is 11:59 p.m. on September 30.

The three best authors will receive purchase vouchers for electronic items with a total value of 300,000 HUF, supported by Com-Forth.

Further information about the competition, including application requirements and other prizes, is available on the university's website.

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