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Contest – Win Theater Tix!

1 May

Enter to win a pair of tickets to The Prisoner of Second Avenue!

Like theater, like to laugh? The Dynamo and Lunds Studentteater want to invite a few lucky readers to enjoy The Prisoner of Second Avenue on the house!

To win one of three pairs of tickets, be one of the first three participants to send an email (use the title “CONTEST”) to lund.dynamo@gmail. Indicate your name, the day for which you would like the tickets (available for the May 3 or May 4 shows only) and answer the following question: Who wrote The Prisoner of Second Avenue?

We thank everyone for their participation! We will communicate only with the winners regarding details to get the tickets.

The LUST English-language play will premiere on May 2 and run until May 5. All shows take place at 7PM at Månteatern (Bredgatan 3, near the municipal library).

For those who don’t win, tickets are 70 SEK for AF-Members and 100 for Non-AF Members if bought in advance (Studentinfo inside the AF or online). At the door (on sale from 6PM at Månteatern), prices are 80 and 110 SEK, respectively.

Win free tuition to LU

17 Dec

Snag a spot in the Lund University Entrepreneurship Master’s!

Contest ends in 4 days – details here!

‘Master Your Idea’ Challenge 2010

19 Nov

Win free tuition to LU

If you’re thinking of becoming a student at Lund University, or if you know someone back home who is, might want to check this out: a chance to win a tuition waiver and guaranteed place on the Master’s programme in Entrepreneurship for 2011.

The contest is open to students from across the world. The task is simply (!) to pitch a million dollar idea and how it could be commercialised.

The competition is being run by Lund University’s Master’s Programme in Entrepreneurship. Full details can be found on this website.

The competition closes December 21, 2010. Details can also be found here in the Master Your Idea Challenge 2010 official announcement.

Tuition fees will be charged to non-EU international students as of autumn 2011 – read more here, or, here, or in our latest issue

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