Essay writing contest – Ninja Essays

ninja-essay-logoNinja Essays announces a new essay writing contest.

The purpose of this essay writing contest is to inspire writers from all around the world to showcase their creative and critical thinking skills.

By entering our annual writing contest, your work will be published on the NinjaEssays blog and shared on our social media profiles. Wait, there is more:

  • You’ll get a prize! If you rank first, second or third in the final results, you will receive a cash prize.
  • You will get recognition from exceptional academic writers.
  • You can freely express your opinions and get fair treatment by the judges. No candidate will be discriminated on the basis of national origin, race, color, disability, gender, sexual orientation, religion, or marital status.
  • You will help thousands of students to realize how a great essay should look like. Your entry will serve as an inspiration for them to start creating their own work.


Submissions are accepted from February 12 through April 27, 2015.

The finalists will receive a notification via e-mail by May 5, 2015.

There is NO ENTRY FEE!


  • Your entry should be 800-1000 words long!
  • Your contact information should be provided on a separate page.
  • Please submit the essay in one of the following file types: Word (.doc, .rtf, .odt, and .docx). You can feel free to use images if you hold the rights for their distribution.
  • All entries must be free of plagiarism! You are not allowed to submit content that has been published before. The content will be checked with an advanced plagiarism checker and the candidates who don’t submit 100% unique work will be disqualified.
  • The essays must be written in English.
  • By submitting an entry to this essay contest, you agree to the terms and conditions and accept the decision of the judges as final.


Please provide an entry on one of the following topics:

  1. “Are Standardized Tests an Effective Way to Measure Students’ Achievements?”
  2. “Violence in Schools: Causes and Solutions”
  3. “The Ethics of Contemporary Literature: Are Writers Promoting Wrong Values?”
  4. “The Liberating Values of Education in Conflicted Countries”
  5. “Ed-Tech Tools in Modern Education: Advantages and Concerns”
  6. “Is Academic Writing Relevant for Students’ Progress?”
  7. “Extracurricular Activities: An Inspiration or Unnecessary Burden?”
  8. “The Rise and Fall of Liberal Arts in Schools”
  9. “Is Contemporary Education Independent from Governmental Influence?”
  10. “Anti-Intellectualism as Part of Modern Education”


Winner – $500

2nd place – $300

3rd place – $150

Read more and submit your entry here.

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