Back-to-University Competition 2018 - Terms & Conditions
  1. Only purchases for Oxford University Press (OUP) – Higher Education textbooks qualify for entry into this competition, and must be accompanied by a 2018 dated receipt or proof of delivery.
  2. Titles that qualify are: A Practical Introduction to Public Management, Abnormal Psychology 2e Revised Edition, Auditing Fundamentals in a South African Context, Business Communication, Business Logistics Management 5e, Communication for Engineers, Companies & Other Business Structures 3e, Companies & Other Business Structures 3e, Entrepreneurship & New Venture Management 5e, Ethics for Accountants & Auditors 3e, Financial accounting: An introduction 5e, Financial accounting:The question book 5e, Getting Practical: A Guide to Teaching and Learning 3e, Guide to Business Law 5e, Human Resource Management 10e, Introduction to Business and General Management, Intro to Law & Legal Skills in South Africa, Introduction to Psychological Assessment 4e, Introduction to Business Management 10e, Introduction to Work Psychology 2e, Law of Commerce 2e, Marketing 5e, Principles of Business Management 3e, Principles of Marketing, Principles of Sport Management, Psychology: An Introduction 4e and The Law of Contract in South Africa 3e
  3. Students need to purchase a copy of the stipulated OUP prescribed Higher Education textbook from a participating academic bookseller to enter and retain the receipt, or proof of delivery and the book, as proof of purchase when claiming prizes. Prizes will not be redeemed without these 2 items.
  4. To enter, students must enter online at the link provided ( and complete all fields to qualify.
  5. Entry details that are incomplete will be excluded from the final prize draw.
  6. Entry is free of charge
  7. Students must be registered at an accredited Higher Education institution and currently studying, to qualify for participation in the competition.
  8. Entries will be accepted online from 16 January 2018 until 31 March 2018
  9. The competition draws will take place after 31 March 2018, and winners will be contacted personally via phone and announced on Oxford SA’s Facebook and Twitter pages, by end of April 2018
  10. Winners will be determined by randomized draw by Oxford University Press Southern Africa.
  11. The judge’s decision is final and no further correspondence will be entered into.
  12. The bursary prizes awarded will be as follows, and will be randomly allocated:
    • Four (4) x R15 000 bursaries
    • Four (4) x R10 000 bursaries
    • Four (4) x R5 000 bursaries
    • Prizes will be awarded in the form of a direct payment to the institution where each of the winning students are registered and will be used towards tuition and other academic expenses.
  13. All prizes are meant for tuition and other studying expenses and cannot be redeemed for cash.
  14. This competition is only open to students residing in Southern Africa.
  15. Bursaries will be handed over to winners at a date and time agreed to at the bookseller, where possible.
  16. By accepting these terms and conditions winners agree to have their names published and to be photographed for promotional use on the Oxford SA Higher Education website and Facebook and Twitter platforms. The winners will be announced on these pages once notified telephonically.
  17. Oxford University Press Southern Africa reserves the right to forfeit any winners’ prize and select another winner should we not have a response or receive further contact and delivery details within 3 (three) days of the announcement.
  18. Failure to produce both the book and the proof of purchase at the handover of the bursary will result in disqualification.
  19. Participation in the competition constitutes acceptance of these terms and conditions and entrants agree to abide by the competition rules.
  20. Oxford reserves the right to terminate the competition immediately with notification on the webpage and will continuously monitor any irregular behaviour whether it be in entries, voting, noncompliance with any of these terms and conditions. Should any such irregularities occur Oxford may proceed to disqualify the participant.
  21. Participants agree that they shall not have any claim whatsoever against Oxford, its employees, agents or judges and in the event that any participant breaches these terms and conditions, furthermore the participant hereby waives any rights of any recourse it may have against Oxford, its employees, agents or judges.
  22. Oxford staff, family of staff, participating bookstore staff and their families do not qualify and may not enter this competition.
  23. The organisers reserve the right to extend the timelines of the competition dates mentioned in the Terms & Conditions, especially if the academic calendar is impacted by any institutional disruption.
  24. Entry information will not be shared with any third party.
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