If you’re a STEM student (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) with dynamic ideas, ambition and the determination to make a difference in the world, then the STEM Awards 2015 is a chance to make your mark.

The Telegraph Media Group has always recognised that students from STEM subjects  are likely to change the world one day. The UK STEM Awards (run in partnership with the Babcock International Group) is a great opportunity for talented students studying STEM subjects to get their ideas noticed by leading organisations in the industry, as well as scoop up £25,000 prize money and a personalised mentoring scheme in the process. Since its successful launch in 2014, the competition is back for another year and brings with it a new set of challenges.

The competition is open to all undergraduates studying STEM subjects. There are five core sectors in partnership with five leading companies, so students can choose which sector to focus on, and are given the option to work independently or in a group. Students must remember to register for the competition as soon as possible by following this link and filling in your personal details. You can also keep up to date with all the information about the entry process and receive reminders about the competition when you submit your email address.

Register your interest in the STEM Awards 2015

The next steps include coming up with an idea and fine-tuning it with help from your tutors, so that you can present it in time for the deadline on 15 March 2015.

To find out more about the STEM Awards and to check out the specifications and important dates in more detail, follow this link.

And you can always follow the STEM Awards on Twitter @STEM_Awards so you don’t miss out on any important announcements about the entry process!

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