Entries Open for Nasser Bin Hamad Youth Creativity Award!

Deadline: 1 September 2018

Entries are now open for Nasser Bin Hamad (NBH) Youth Creativity Award. The Award was launched in the year 2011 as an initiative from The General Organization for Youth and Sports (at the time).

It aims to attract and develop talents and promote innovation by reducing obstacles faced by many of the world’s youth by providing them with the opportunity to express themselves and their talents and involving them in the development of their nation.

The NBH Award represents Bahrain’s strong efforts and determination to give back to the youth and aid them in developing their creativity as well as skills in all six fields of the Award. After the success of both editions, the third edition of The NBH Award was launched as an international Award with the theme “Live Your Dream” giving an opportunity for young people from all over the world to participate and express their innovation and creativity with no limits or restrictions in their path.

Categories

  • Architecture
  • Art
  • Film Making
  • Graphic Design
  • Photography
  • Science

Award

  • Cash Prize
    • First Place winners will a Cash Prize, according to the NBH Award Category and Age Group. In this page, you will find each NBH Award Category, and its Age Group Cash Prizes.
    • Note: Groups will earn the Cash Prize as a whole, and not per individual.
  • NBH Award Trophy
    • First Place winners will earn the NBH Award Trophy, handed to them during the NBH Award – Awarding Ceremony by HH Shaikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa.
  • Participation Certificate
    • All NBH Award Participants will receive an E-Certificate (Electronic Certificate) for their valuable efforts and courage to participate in the NBH Award.
  • NBH Award-Awarding Ceremony
    • The Top Three Finalists from each NBH Award Category, in each Age Group will be invited to the Kingdom of Bahrain to attend the NBH Award – Awarding Ceremony in which the winners will be announced.
    • All flight and accommodation expenses for the Top Three Finalists will be covered by the NBH Award.

Eligibility Criteria

  • To be eligible to participate in the Nasser Bin Hamad International Youth Creativity Award (NBH Award), the Participant must belong to one of the following Age Groups:
    • First Age Group (14 – 17 Years Old)
    • Second Age Group (18 – 24 Years Old)
    • Third Age Group (25 – 30 Years Old)
  • Participation is open to all Youth within the Age Groups mentioned above, from all over the world, regardless of Nationality or Country of Residence.

How to Apply

Applicants can apply via given website.

For more information, please visit Nasser Bin Hamad Youth Creativity Award.

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