Terms

The following terms and conditions apply.

  1. This competitive award is run by Enterprise Educators UK (EEUK).
  2. Directors, employees and consultants working for EEUK are not permitted to apply for the awards.
  3. Applications will ONLY be submitted on the official entry form downloaded from this site.
  4. The deadline for receipt of entries is midnight Monday June 15th 2020.
  5. No liability for entries lost or delayed will be accepted.
  6. Applicants and nominees must work in UK higher or further education.
  7. There is no limit to the number of nominations or applications that can be submitted.
  8. The organisers reserve the right to contact entrants to validate entry information.
  9. Applicants / nominees will only be judged within the category in which they apply.
  10. The Awards Committee will make public the short list and final results of the National Enterprise Educator Awards and will publicise entries in press releases and through social media and case studies.
  11. It is a condition of entry that participants will co-operate with the media, allow EEUK to promote their submission in public; be available for publicity and engage with the sponsors to promote their approach/winning case.
  12. Short listed finalists will be encouraged to reference the enterprise awards in their own publicity and promotional materials.
  13. Short listed finalists will be expected to submit a short video to be made available on this website for the purpose of public voting to determine the winner of the People’s Choice award.
  14. EEUK will provide award winners with £500 paid by bank transfer.
  15. Winners of ‘Entrepreneurship Catalyst’ and ‘Enterprise Catalyst’ should be use the prize money to further enhance enterprise education and entrepreneurial development at the lead applicant’s institution.
  16. The organisers will, within the scope of these rules, treat all submissions as given in confidence, but responsibility cannot be accepted for any failure of confidentiality.
  17. Applicants / nominees will be expected to have protected those aspects of their business or enterprising endeavours that may be patentable, registerable or otherwise secret and governed by intellectual property, copyright or similar legislation.
  18. It is a condition of entry that entrants must declare whether they or the institution they represent are involved in (or could be involved in) any dispute or judgement that could in any way significantly interfere with the proper conducting of the enterprise awards.
  19. There can be no appeal against the decisions of the judges and these decisions must be accepted as final in respect of all matters concerning the enterprise awards including the interpretation of the rules and conditions of entry.
  20. No correspondence will be entered into.