Unplag protects student papers from plagiarism, and wants to find others who are also ready to join the anti-plagiarism campaign. That’s why Unplag holds a scholarship contest for students. The Unplag Scholarship is designed to encourage students all over the world to combat plagiarism. Participants should write an essay and share their views on the subject. The most impressive entry will be chosen and the winner will receive $2,000 for educational purposes.
Students need to send their applications between September 1, 2015 and March 1, 2016. On the Unplag scholarship page, students can choose the topic for their essay from the list (or suggest their own topic) and fill in the application form to participate.
In order to participate in the contest, students need to be at least 18 years old and they should also be currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program.
Unplag accepts only one essay from each student. The essay should be 500 words long and written in English only. Writing style is up to students, who may choose it on their own.
Unplag will announce the winner on March 9, 2016. The Unplag team, along with teachers, will determine the best entries and the scholarship winner. All selected works will be published on the Unplag website.
Unplag is a plagiarism checker created by a team of IT specialists and educators who appreciate originality and try their best to rid the world of plagiarism. Unplag searches text similarities online and provides users with a thorough report.