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ELIGIBILITY

FuturArc Prize 2020 is open internationally to any Individual or Team meeting eligibility requirements. The Competition is divided into two categories: Professional and Student.

PROFESSIONAL

INDIVIDUAL
TEAM

• The Competition may be entered by any person who is a design or planning professional with a degree or diploma from a recognised tertiary institution.

• The Individual Entrant is regarded as the author of the project he/she submits and will be acknowledged as such in all announcements, displays, exhibitions and publications associated with the Competition.

• Each Individual Entrant is his/her own representative in all liaisons with the Competition Registrar.

• Each team may comprise up to 5 members.

• Each team member should be a design or planning professional with a degree or diploma from a recognised tertiary institution.

• All members of the team must be identified on the Team’s Entrant profile page. A member of the team must be designated as leader and identified as such on the team's profile page. S/he is the team’s sole representative in all liaisons with the Competition Registrar.

• All members of the team are regarded as co-authors of the submission; they will be acknowledged as such in all announcements, displays, exhibitions and publications associated with the Competition, in the order in which their details are listed on the Team’s Entrant profile page.

ADVISORS: Where input is sought from experts who are not part of the submitting party, these individuals may be named as Advisors in the online entry form.

STUDENT

INDIVIDUAL
TEAM

• The Competition may be entered by any undergraduate, postgraduate, doctoral student of any recognised tertiary institution of architecture, engineering, planning, urban design, landscape design, environmental design, etc.

• The Individual Entrant is regarded as the author of the project he/she submits and will be acknowledged as such in all announcements, displays, exhibitions and publications associated with the Competition.

• Each Individual Entrant is his/her own representative in all liaisons with the Competition Registrar.

• Each team may comprise up to 5 members.

• All members of the team must be an undergraduate, post graduate, doctoral student at any recognised tertiary institution of architecture, engineering, planning, urban design, landscape design, environmental design, etc.

• One member of the team must also be designated as leader and identified as such on the team’s profile page. S/he is the team’s sole representative in all liaisons with the Competition Registrar.

• All members of the team are regarded as co-authors of the project they submitted together and will be acknowledged as such in all announcements, displays, exhibitions and publications associated with the Competition, in the order with which their details are listed on the team’s profile page.

ADVISORS: Where input is sought from experts who are not part of the submitting party, these individuals may be named as Advisors in the online entry form.

NON-ELIGIBILITY

None of the Competition Organisers, their employees and/or family members, are allowed to enter the Competition. The Assessment Committee and Jury members, their respective professional practices, employees and/or family members, are also forbidden to enter the Competition.

Entrants must not submit any project published or made public, in part or in full, before the closing date for online submission. Entrants are prohibited from disclosing their identities, names, countries of residence and/or practice before the Competition results are made public by the Competition Organiser. Failure to comply with any of the above may lead to immediate disqualification.

BCI employees and/or family members are not allowed to enter the Competition. Jury members, their respective professional practices, employees and/or family members, are also forbidden to enter the Competition.