Once again hundreds of students from across the further education and skills sector entered our annual photography competition and now the time has come for you to vote for the winner.
The FE Week and Me photography competition, a competition organised by FE Week in partnership with NCFE, challenged students to submit a photograph which depicted learning environments in colleges and providers.
This year’s competition consisted of two categories, one for learners who study photography, and the other for learners on other courses with a passion for picture-taking.
Last week the top five and winner of the non-photography student category, 16-year-old Bailey McElligott from Mid-Kent College, were announced in FE Week. Details of the top five in this category can be found on page 11.
A judging panel made up of FE Week and NCFE representatives have shortlisted ten entries for the final round in the photography student category. After much deliberation whilst reviewing over 700 entries the judges have made their final decision and now it is time for you to cast your vote in the final of the FE Week and Me photography competition.
The winner, which will be decided by the public vote and announced on March 18, will receive a Nikon D5200 Camera Kit and a work shadowing placement with a professional photographer.
All that remains is for you to check out the stunning top 10 finalists featured below, pick your favourite, and then head to the voting panel at the end of this article.
Voting closes on Wednesday, March 16 at 18:00.
To download the FE Week and Me supplement click here
Good luck to all of the finalists and a big congratulations once again to Bailey McElligott for winning the non-photography learner category.
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