Terms & Conditions: THE Leadership & Management Awards competition

June 19, 2013
  1. These Terms and Conditions (T&Cs) apply to the Times Higher Education Leadership & Management Awards competition (the ‘competition’). The promoter of the competition will be TES Global Limited (‘TES Global’), 26 Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4HQ.
  2. TES Global reserves the right (in its sole discretion) to amend these T&Cs where necessary as a result of circumstances beyond its control.
  3. There will be one (1) winner of the competition who will receive an iPad mini (the ‘prize’). There will be no runner-up prize.
  4. To enter the competition, you must click on the link on the website homepage, enter your full name, company, phone number and email address, and then enter your guesses for the winners of the Leadership and Management Awards. When you have made all your guesses, click ‘submit’ by 9pm on 17 June 2014. The winner of the prize will be the person who accurately guesses the most winners of the awards. If more than one person gets the highest number of correct guesses, the winner will be drawn at random by an automated computer program or by an independent judge from all tied entries.
  5. In entering the competition, you expressly accept these T&Cs.
  6. The competition is open only to residents of the United Kingdom, aged 18 or over. No TES Global employees can enter the competition. Only one entry per person.
  7. TES Global reserves the right to exclude and discount entries that it believes to be fraudulent, or entries made in any manner inconsistent with these T&Cs. Incomplete, illegible, misdirected or late entries will not be accepted. TES Global’s decision in this regard shall be final and it will not enter into any correspondence with any entrants to review such decision.
  8. The winner will be announced at 12pm on 18 June 2014 on the website www.thelmawards.co.uk and Twitter @timeshighered and notified by email. If the winner does not respond within 21 days from the date of the sending of the notice, TES Global reserves the right to withdraw the prize and grant it to the person with the next highest number of guesses (who shall be selected randomly, as above, if there is more than one such person). TES Global’s decision shall be final.
  9. There are no cash or other prize alternatives available and the prize will only be given directly to the winner.
  10. This competition is governed by English law.

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