international Essay competition in USA


Opportunity Details

  • Opportunity ID 10018

Opportunity Description

Institution: The Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs for the 11th round accept essay form students from all over the world and from all nationalities. And provide some precious awards for the winners. Interested applicants are highly encouraged to apply for this essay competition.

More details about the competition:



Deadline:  16 October 2019

Location: USA

Number of the Winner: 3


  • First winner: $ 300 Amazon Gift Certificate
  • The second winner: $ 150 Amazon Gift Certificate
  • The third winner: $ 75 Amazon Gift Certificate

Title of the Essay:

Is there an ethical responsibility to regulate the Internet? If so, why and to what extent? If not, why not?

Write your essay about the given title with the following criteria:

  • Use your own words with good analyses and explanations of responsibility and what it means to regulate the internet.
  • Focus on one area and specific issue
  • Identify in your essay the actors of the internet that should or should not be responsible for internet regulation.

Who can apply:

  • All school and graduate students are eligible to apply


An essay with the following contest:

  • The style should be Persuasive, op-ed style (not academic, no footnotes)
  • With minimum 1000 words and maximum 1500 words
  • The format of your essay must be in doc, Docx, pdf, or txt
  • Write your essay in English
  • The limit of entry is only one person

Note 1:

On the first page of your essay write the below important information:

  • Your full name
  • Your school name
  • What level of student you are (high school, undergraduate, graduate).

Note 2: the submission essay must not be copied from someone’s idea and must be written by applicants.

How to apply:

Eligible applicants can send their essay to

For more information, please refer to the program website 

Submission Email:


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