Application calls for Cognitive Disabilities Scholarship Video Contest 2020. The Preply Scholarship for Students with Cognitive Disabilities is organized by Preply, Inc. (hereinafter “Preply” or “Sponsor”). The scholarship is video contest-based. The title of the video is “Why I deserve the scholarship and how language learning can be a new direction for me to overcome the disability”.
Preply video contest (hereinafter the “Contest”) aims to raise awareness about the various learning challenges for students with cognitive disabilities and share their insights on how foreign language learning helps them achieve more.
The voting committee will choose three students who will receive $3,000, $1,500 or $750 for the first, second and third places respectively.
- The Preply Scholarship for Students with Cognitive Disabilities is open to high school students in their final year, college or university students, and graduate students enrolled at an accredited institution in the U.S., Canada, UK, or Australia.
- Eligibility requirements are currently limited to students who have a language learning or reading disability.
- Students must be between 16 and 35 years old.
- The video must be filmed in English in a horizontal format (landscape mode), uploaded to a public URL and available for embedding.
- The participant must specify his/her name and the name of the educational institution where he/she studies as part of the application.
- The content of the video must be logically related to the following topics: “cognitive disabilities” and “language learning”.
- Only one entry per person is permitted.
- By submitting an Entry, applicants agree not to instigate, support, maintain, or authorize any action, claim, or lawsuit against the Sponsor on the grounds that any use of the Entry infringes any of the entrant’s rights as the creator of the Entry, including, without limitation, copyrights, trademark rights, and moral rights.
- Eligible participants must submit their videos using the online form on with the address here (the “Entry”)
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