With the cost-of-living disaster looming giant, extra younger individuals are speaking about cash than ever earlier than. However do you’ve gotten what it takes to show your views into an article that could possibly be revealed within the Monetary Occasions?
Yearly, the younger monetary journalist competitors units out to seek out the perfect writers at UK colleges. In addition to profitable a money prize, you would be a part of the budding journalists whose articles have been revealed within the FT.
Organised with the London Institute of Banking and Finance (LIBF), the FT’s Financial Literacy and Inclusion Campaign and the free FT for Colleges programme, the competition is open to all college students at UK colleges aged between 14 and 19. Entrants should write an article of 700-800 phrases on one of many themes under, in keeping with age group:
14-15 yr olds: What key cash expertise ought to younger folks have by the point they depart sixth kind, and what do they should think about?
Money — can it rise up and be counted or is the top of bodily cash in sight?
16-17 yr olds: What monetary ways can younger folks use to deal with will increase in the price of dwelling and to handle their funds extra successfully?
What can younger folks do to keep away from falling sufferer to monetary scammers and criminals?
18-19 yr olds: How can we encourage extra shoppers to spend money on the inventory market? What position may know-how play?
How can monetary establishments assist us sort out local weather change?
Entries should be submitted on the LIBF web site earlier than the deadline of April 14 2023. Full terms and conditions on the site.