Foreign Languages Speech Contest
University of Sydney Foreign Languages Speech Contest
Applications to participate in the University of Sydney’s first ever university-wide multilingual speech competition are officially open!
Challenge yourself in the inaugural student-run Foreign Languages Speech Contest!*
This is your chance to shine under the spotlight as you demonstrate your linguistic prowess through a category of your choice before our lovely language teachers, USU language/culture club executives, and fellow students.
- Beginners (1 year of full-time language study)
- Open (more than 1 year of full-time language study)
- My Daily Life
- My Ex”change”
- Power of Language
- Current Affairs
- Your Own Topic (subject to approval)
Length of speech: 2 minutes
Join the contest
Applications are now open to all current USYD students.
Winners of the Foreign Languages Speech Contest will receive a certificate and book vouchers. Further details will be disclosed closer to the event date.
Apply now: http://bit.ly/flsc-signup
Contestant applications have been extended to Tuesday 27 August 2019, 8pm AEST.
Help out as a volunteer
Get involved as a volunteer and help us run the event smoothly! Meet like-minded people, gain event organising experience and spread your passion for languages and cultures.
Food will be provided.
We are looking for:
- General Op Volunteers
Apply as volunteer: http://bit.ly/flsc-volunteer
Volunteer applications close on 15 August 2019.
Please note: Contest participants cannot be volunteers at the same time.
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* The University of Sydney Foreign Languages Speech Contest is a student-run event supported by the School of Languages and Cultures under the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Sydney.
** Languages and categories are subject to change depending on number of participants. If you want the category to remain available, please spread the word!
For more information and enquiries, contact the USYD FLSC student executive team: firstname.lastname@example.org