Application Due Date: 14 April 2019 23: 59 UTC +0.
The International Astronomy and Astrophysics Rivals offers you the unique opportunity to expose your understanding and astronomy capabilities! The IAAC is the best online astronomy rivals for students from all countries. Win awards and cash prize worth over 700 USD or wind up being primary IAAC ambassador in your country!
In order to participate in the International Astronomy and Astrophysics.Competitors, you require to be a high-school or college student.Trainees from all grades and all countries are invited to take part!There are 2 age categories:.
Junior: under 18 years on14 April 2019 (submission due date).
Youth: over 18 years on14 April 2019 (submission due date).
Relying on your age category you will require to score more.indicate get authorized for the next round. To fix the problems you should.be captivated in astronomy, smart, and ingenious. You should also have really a.working web connection to send your choice online by ways of the.submission type: Accreditation Round2019
Prizes and Awards.
All people get participation certificates. The best students get the 1. benefit, 2. benefit, and 3. benefit with a cash award of 200 USD, 150 USD, and 100 USD.
Furthermore, the most extraordinary people from each global location (Africa, America, Europe, Greater Middle East, South Asia, South East Asia) get the 1., 2. and 3. regional award to honor their quality.
There are also distinct school awards and awards for ambassadors. You find all information about the 35 awards that worth over 700 USD in total in this information brochure: Prizes and Awards Brochure.
Wind up Being IAAC Ambassador.
Winners, students, and interested youths are encouraged to wind up being primary IAAC ambassadors with the goal to affect students for astronomy and to inspire them to participate in the IAAC rivals. You will find all information about the benefits, responsibilities, and application noted below on this page: More Information.
For More Information:.
Go To the Authorities Websites of the International Astronomy and Astrophysics Rivals 2019.