Announcement of the 34th Eisaku Sato Essay Contest02/09
Submissions are now accepted for the 34th Eisaku Sato Essay Contest.
This international contest is open to anyone with interest in both the United Nations University and the designated contest topic. There are no restrictions as to age, nationality or profession.
The theme of the 2018 contest is: “What Role Should the United Nations Play in the Ever-Changning Today’s Global World”.
To enter the 2018 Eisaku Sato Essay Contest, please prepare a cover sheet listing your name, affiliation (your profession, university or whatever you do), age, gender, nationality, how you learned about this contest, mailing address, telephone/fax number and e-mail address.
Essay may be written in either English or Japanese.
It should be typed on A4-size paper with abstract.
The essay must be within 20 pages and the abstract in 2 pages.
In Japanese, the maximum page for essay is 30 pages and 3 pages for abstract.
Submission must be original and unpublished, must include reference notes and a bibliography if other author’s works are cited. The reference notes
are not counted among the 30-page restriction.
Submission is via e-mail attachment file
- We solely accept essays by e-mail attachment; the address is email@example.com
- Please send your essay by e-mail attachment in ONE file, do not separate your cover sheet mentioned above, and use your full name as the document file title.
- Due date
May 31, 2018 0:00 am (at midnight on the 31st, Japan time)
Any essay that does not follow the criteria specified above will be disqualified.
The grand prize (¥500,000), second prize (¥200,000) and honorable prize (¥50,000) will be awarded. The winners will be notified individually by December 2018.
- The award ceremony will be held at the United Nations University, Tokyo in late December to honor the awardees.
For further information, please contact the Foundation:
Announcement of the 33rd Eisaku Sato Essay Award Winners09/26
We would like to announce the winners of the 33rd Eisaku Sato Essay Contest. 119 essays (7 in Japanese, 112 in English) were applied. The judgement committee was held in September.