European University Sports Association Photo Competition 2016, Portugal

Publish Date: Jul 13, 2016

Deadline: Sep 30, 2016

About competition

The European University Sports Association (EUSA), in cooperation with its Student Commission (EUSA STC) has been organizing an annual Photo Competition since 2009, where participants and others involved in EUSA sports events are encouraged to take photos and capture the right moment to reveal the true nature of the university spirit.

This year, the EUSA Photo Competition is open to everyone taking pictures at the European Universities Games 2016 (EUG2016). Take part in the cmopetition by sending us up to 5 of your top photos to as soon as you take them, or latest by September 30, 2016. Additionally, we invite you to share your photos on instagram, facebook and/or twitter with the following hashtags: #EUSAUNISPORT, #EUG2016 and#BEACTIVE. But please make sure the photos depict no sort of drugs, alcohol, political propaganda, national symbols, sexually suggestive content or violence.


  • The author of the winning photo will be invited to take part in the next EUSA Gala, which will take place during the EUSA Conference in Coimbra, Portugal in April 2017.
  • EUSA will also award top 10 finalists and reward the voting process by raffling four additional gifts among all Facebook voters.
  • All expenses to attend the award ceremony (travel and full board accommodation) will be covered by EUSA.

Submission Criteria:

The selection process will involve votes on the EUSA Facebook page. The Student Commission and other EUSA commissions will select the finalists and the winner will be selected after the voting which also includes the public Facebook voting. The public photo competition voting will be run on the EUSA Facebook page. 1 LIKE = 1 VOTE. All votes received by the announced deadline will be counted and taken into account for the prize draws. The voting will close immediately at deadline.

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