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The panel will consist of experts from UIC Barcelona, who will assess the submissions and award a prize, at their discretion, for the best compositions.The panel, however, reserves the right not to award a prize if the quality of the submissions is too low. The panel's decision is not subject to appeal, and no participant may be awarded more than one prize.
The winners in both the short story and poetry categories will receive a prize worth €100 to be spent at the Fnac.
The winners will be announced during Cultural Month. Participation in the competition will imply acceptance of these terms and conditions.
The participants authorise the reproduction of their works without limits as to systems, media or countries and free of charge. Participants will be responsible for any claims arising from the infringement of copyrights.
Participation in the competition will constitute the acceptance of these terms and conditions.
UIC Barcelona reserves the right to accept and publish the submitted texts.
Decisions regarding incidents not covered under these terms and conditions will be made by UIC Barcelona, which will settle the matter to the best of its judgement, and are not subject to appeal.
Winners of the 2019-2020 edition
In the poetry category Un dulce calor gris, by Marta Santolaria, a first-year Education student.
In the short story category
Quan tanqui la porta, by Guadalupe Galisteo, a fourth year Journalism student.