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Employment Processes

The Office of the Vice-Rector for Campus Community, Culture and Sports, from its Culture Area, annually promotes Cultural Promotion Contests in order to promote artistic promotion within the university community, as well as to promote and encourage creative activities. The calls propose their own theme for each contest and year. It is an activity aimed at the entire university community of the Rey Juan Carlos University: students, alumni, PAS, PDI, PPI.

I Essay Contest “How to face artificial intelligence from humanism?”

Plastic Arts Contest

2023. A new challenge is proposed for this edition of the contest. It is about the realization of the announcing poster of the next URJC Christmas Concert, corresponding to 2023. The program of this concert will cover different genres and musical styles: pieces of classical music, Christmas carols, gospel, fragments of soundtracks, etc. We are looking for innovative proposals that bring this musical milestone closer to the entire university community. The delivery period ends on May 25, 2023.

Three prizes are established: a first prize of €500; a second prize of 300; a third prize of €200;

Short Story Contest

2023. The adventure of the trip. One hundred and fifty years have passed since the full publication of the French writer Jules Verne's novel “Around the World in Eighty Days”. Echoing this 150th anniversary, we want to focus this edition of our short story contest on travel literature. We suggest that you dive in and take the spirit of this dynamic adventure novel as a reference, to write a story in which the journey is not lacking. The delivery period ends on May 25, 2023.

Three prizes are established: a first prize of €500; a second prize of 300; a third prize of €200;

Winners 2023

  1. Around the world in 2052 days. Lizette Martínez Valero
  2. Crying to the wolf. Eva Rius Iglesias
  3. Borys's journey. Clara Martin Rodriguez

Photo Contest

2023. The image of the trip. This year marks the 150th anniversary of "Around the World in Eighty Days", a novel by French writer Jules Verne that was published in its entirety in 1873. Travel and photography are often closely linked. When we travel, we usually take photos of everything that catches our attention. If the protagonist of "Around the World in Eighty Days" was transformed by the trip, we ask you, for this edition of the contest, photographs that transcend the mere "I was here" to find an original approach that suggests a small or big trip inside. The delivery period ends on May 25, 2023.

Three prizes are established: a first prize of €500; a second prize of 300; a third prize of €200;