Talk Your Heart Out (TYHO) Scholarship Program
We have created the TYHO Scholarship Award Program to reward passionate students interested in psychology and mental health.
Send us your essay, and two lucky winners will each receive a US$500 cash prize to reduce your educational costs! 💜
The Silent Struggle: Exploring Mental Health Challenges in Today's World
How to Enter:
Terms of Agreement
By submitting an essay to TYHO, applicants agree to comply with the following terms and conditions.
The competition welcomes global entries from students aged 16 and above enrolled in accredited post-secondary institutions. Applicants under 18 are required to have written consent from a parent or legal guardian.
Participants must also disclose their educational institution during the application, as TYHO will authenticate these details with the respective institutions.
Submissions must be in English. Entries in other languages are accepted only if accompanied by an English translation.
Applicants certify that their submissions are original and hold copyright to all contents, including text, images, multimedia, and illustrations. Furthermore, the candidate assumes all responsibility for any legal repercussions of plagiarism.
Rights to Use
By submitting their work, each applicant affirms that their submission is an original work of their authorship. Additionally, the applicant agrees that TYHO will have an ongoing, non-exclusive, worldwide right and license to use the essay submission however they deem fit.
TYHO is not liable for late, lost, misdirected, or damaged entries, nor for any technological failures or data processing errors. TYHO is also not accountable for losses, damages, or other events outside their control, including typographical errors in printed materials.
TYHO will award the prize as stated in the selection process and bears no responsibility for its usage by the recipient.
TYHO reserves the right to withhold prizes and disqualify entries for any reason, including but not limited to the submission of inappropriate, obscene, offensive content, use of unauthorized third-party materials, or entries that have been previously published or entered in other competitions.