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The Dan Wallace scholarship at SCA 2.0

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13:45 PM | 3 July 2014
by Adam Oldfield
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The School of Communication Arts 2.0, London’s most award winning advertising portfolio school, is about to set their final scholarship competition for the 2014 intake.

Named after Dan Wallace, a wildly talented SCA2 student who sadly lost his fistfight with cancer last year, this scholarship is a little different, just like him.

This year, the Dan Wallace Scholarship competition will give participants 100 hours to solve a problem. But you won’t get the brief, until the first hour. Going live at 12pm (midday) on the 5th of July. You’ll have until the 4pm on the 9th July to finish the brief.

If you think you've got what it takes to do Dan proud and win yourself a life changing year at SCA2 then check out the full details.

Winners will be announced on Friday 11th July – Good Luck!

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