Terms and conditions

User survey free prize draw policy (win an iPad) 2017–18

Entrants must be current university students.

Entrants must have a UK postal address in order to receive the prize if they are picked as a winner.

Entrants may enter the competition once only.

Entry into the competition is free and dependent on supply of an email address. 

We will make a random draw of one email address to determine one winner. Other than this, we will only use your email address to contact you if you have been picked as the winner.

All names, email addresses, IP addresses and postal addresses will not be used for any other purpose and will be deleted 1 month after the competition closing date.

In order to receive the prize, the winner is required to provide the Complete University Guide with their full name and a UK postal address.

Anomalous returns will not be validated or considered for the competition.

The closing date for this competition is 31 January 2018.

The winner will be picked at random. The winner will receive an iPad (5th generation).

The winner will be notified by email on or soon after 31 January 2018.

If the winner does not respond after reasonable efforts to contact them have been made, the Complete University Guide reserves the right to withdraw the entry and select another winner.

The prize will be awarded to the winner before or on 28 February 2018.

The prize is non-refundable and non-transferrable.

No cash alternative will be offered for the prize.

By participating in a Complete University Guide prize draw, you fully agree and accept the Complete University Guide Terms and Conditions as well as the individual terms and conditions of the specific competition.

Personal information will not be supplied to, or used by, other organisations.

The Complete University Guide is part of Hotcourses Ltd. Hotcourses accepts no liability for any claims, loss, liability, damage, and expense suffered or incurred by any entrant as a result of entering the competition, save to the extent that Hotcourses cannot by law limit or exclude such loss and liability.