The iQuiz returns!

Following the success of last year's iQuiz, we've only gone and made a new one

The iQuiz is back, and coming soon to a campus near you. Or more precisely, 7:30pm on Tuesday 7th May. Clear your schedules, move around your study plans, you’re going to want to make time for this. 

Following a successful final last semester (hats off to the Birmingham team, who are off on an all-expenses trip round America), the iQuiz, masterminded by i, is back, and it's bringing an equally awesome prize, courtesy of Latitude with travel provided by National Express. With a line-up of Hot Chip, Bloc Party, James Blake, Foals, Kraftwerk 3D, Rudimental and so on, how do 4x VIP weekend tickets sound? Yup, we thought you’d be interested.

Open to all undergrads, all over the country, on Tuesday 7 May campuses around the UK will be hosting a quiz with the same questions nationwide. Not only competing to be local champions, the winning team from each university will be taken to the final to compete for that all important gold. Set to make your summer, the VIP prize comes complete with the Pink Moon ‘glamping’ experience; all travel taken care of by National Express; and Latitude merchandise for you and your teammates. Runners up aren’t likely to be sore losers either, with various festival prizes all round, thanks to those generous souls at Latitude.

Student Brand Ambassadors around the country are promoting the iQuiz this week so look out for more info on campus. Can’t wait? Register you and your three teammates now to the relevant correspondent below.

The best bit yet? It’s free! Yes, it’s revision time and exams are looming, but consider that more of an excuse to get involved. The prospect of a killer festival experience as the product of you and your friends’ joint wisdom? Now that’s a reason to hit the books.

How to prepare? The secret to winning? Well, I’m not here to give any hints away, but with questions masterminded by the The Independent’s resident quizmaster, Simon O’Hagan, reading the paper in advance wouldn’t hurt…

Register your team now with your brand ambassador below:

 

 

University

Venue

Email

Bournemouth

The Loft, Talbot Campus.

i7959275@bournemouth.ac.uk

Exeter

The RAM bar, Devonshire House.

hcm208@ex.ac.uk

Durham

St Cuthbert's Dining Hall.

i.durhamuni@gmail.com

Lancaster

Bowland Bar, Lancaster University.

iquiz.lancs@gmail.com

Leeds

Old Bar, Leeds University Union.

iquizleeds@gmail.com

Loughborough

The Griffin, Ashby Square.

R.Robbins-11@student.lboro.ac.uk

Newcastle

The Lonsdale Pub, Jesmond.

iquiznewcastle@live.co.uk

Plymouth

University of Plymouth Students' Union.

charleyutton@gmail.com

Sheffield

Fox and Duck, Fulwood Road, Broomhill.

matthawker@live.co.uk

Southampton

Varsity, Portswood Centre.

iquizsoton@gmail.com

Sussex

IDS Bar, University of Sussex.

em326@sussex.ac.uk

Warwick

Robbins' Well, 2 Victoria Terrace.

duncan.hopwood@warwick.ac.uk

 

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