The entries are in, the shortlist is finalised and it’s time for the winner of the FE Week and Me photography competition to be chosen. A judging panel made up of representatives from FE Week and NCFE took on the difficult task of selecting 15 finalists from more than 982 entries this year.

 FE Week and Me, a competition organised by FE Week in partnership with NCFE, challenged learners in FE and skills to submit a pictures that depicted student life in the, through the eyes of students.

 The winner from the photography student category will be chosen by public vote and will receive a Nikon D5100 Camera Kit and a work shadowing placement with a professional photographer. All that remains for you to do is check out the stunning images below and choose your favourite, then cast your vote in the FE Week and Me photography competition 2014. The voting box can be found at the end of this article.

To download: The Finalists FE Week and Me Photography Supplement click here

Emily Witham, 16. Photography diploma level three. City College Norwich

Harry Collins, 16. BTec level three photography. Fareham College, Hampshire

Jessica Lacey, 18. UAL level three extended diploma art and design – photography. Doncaster College

Kloe Watts, 16. UAL art and design photography level three. City College Norwich

Mikaela Mae Cobby, 18. Photography level three extended diploma. Stoke-On-Trent College

Michael Fleming, 17. Level two media. Northbrook College, West Sussex

Milliecent Ruhl-Barrett, 17. UAL level three extended diploma art and design – photography. Norwich City College

Rachael Bartleet, 17. A2 photography. St Brendan’s Sixth Form College, Bristol

Ray-Anna Collins, 17. BTec extended diploma photography level three. Grimsby Institute

Stephanie Murton, 19. BTec level three extended diploma in photography. Stoke-on-Trent College

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