Competition for The Reconstruction of the Destroyed Palestinian Villages

BRIEF to University Coordinator

  1. The invited university shall at its earliest opportunity select a max of  four students or 4 teams (not exceeding 4 students in each team)  who will enter this Competition and who, should he/she wins top prize, will represent the university internationally.
  2. The invited university shall appoint its representative/coordinator for this competition to liaise between the university body and its selected entrants on the one hand, and the Competition Organising Committee on the other.
  3. The university shall give the Coordinator’s name, contact details (tel and email) and credentials.
  4. The Coordinator’s duties shall include providing the names and emails of participating students/teams, receiving and using the important user and password details for the selected village data on the Competition website. The coordinator will receive a user and password to access the data base and shall guide the students as to how to access the selected village. The Coordinator shall help students understand the competition documents and guide them in their design.
  5. This Coordinator shall facilitate the flow of information between the Competition Organising Committee and the university, and subsequently filter this information down to the selected students.
  6. The Coordinator will assist the students in creating URN, for updating of information, notices, and for keeping a strict control on the Timeline for this Competition.
  7. The Coordinator shall explain to the students the necessary procedures governing this Competition including the supervision and delivery of the submission documentation as set in the Competition Technical Requirements.
  8. The university shall pay a non-refundable Competition Entry Fee of £20 (Twenty Sterling Pounds for each student/team entry. This fee will secure and guarantee the university registration and participation in this important Competition.
  9. The Awards shall be as follows:

    First prize:

    £1000 (one thousand Sterling Pounds). The winning student/team may be called to explain their design by ZOOM or by other means, in a conference, an exhibition or a meeting with interested parties, or meet and exchange views with the architects/administrators and other interested parties.

    The student will be required to submit a report to the Competition Organizing Committee about his experience and lessons learnt after winning.

    Second prize:

    £750. (seven hundred fifty Sterling Pounds)

    Third prize:

    £500. (five hundred Sterling Pounds)

    Note: The Venue for the presentation of awards ceremony (via ZOOM) and possibly at the P21 Gallery in London.
    The three winners will receive Recognition Certificates. 

    It is hoped that this Competition will raise the profile of the universities and its students internationally thus secure employment and academic opportunities for further grants from international bodies.
The Competition Organising Committee
London,  Sept 2023