Times Higher Education Awards 2013 competition - Terms & Conditions

November 26, 2013
  1. The Promoter of the competition is [TES Global Limited] (“TES Global”)
  2. One (1) winner of the competition will receive an iPad Mini
  3. The winner of the prize will be the person who accurately guesses the most winners of tonight’s awards. If more than one person gets the highest number of correct guesses, the winner will be drawn at random from all tied entries
  4. The winner will be announced at 12 noon on 29.11.13 on the website www.the-awards.co.uk and Twitter @timeshighered and notified by telephone and in writing. If the winner does not respond within 21 days from the date of the sending of the notice, TES Global may withdraw the award entitlement and grant it to another entrant
  5. Competition cards must be submitted by 9pm on 28.11.13
  6. No TES Global employees can enter
  7. You must be [18 or over] and a resident of the UK to enter the competition
  8. Only attendees of the “THE Awards” can enter the competition via this competition card method and only one entry per person
  9. Visit www.the-awards.co.uk for full T&Cs
  10. This Competition is governed by English law

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