April 16, 2012 21:15

NME to sponsor Student Critic of the Year at Guardian Student Media Awards

Read on for more details about how to enter the competition

NME to sponsor Student Critic of the Year at Guardian Student Media Awards
NME are set to sponsor the Student Critic of the Year Prize at this year's Guardian Student Media Awards.

The annual awards, which are now open for entry, have been running for 34 years and have fostered a host of talent within the industry. NME will once again be working in association with the Student Critic of the Year prize. The winner of the awards will receive work experience at NME and The Guardian.

For more information and details on how to enter, visit guardian.co.uk/sma2012

The nine categories for entry are:

Student Publication of the Year
Student Website of the Year
Student Reporter of the Year
Student Feature Writer of the Year
Student Columnist of the Year
Student Critic of the Year in association with NME
Student Photographer of the Year
Student Digital Journalist of the Year
Student Broadcast Journalist of the Year

The shortlist will be announced in MediaGuardian in September and the winners will be announced at the awards ceremony in November. The closing date for entries is June 29.

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