03 July 2019.





iYeats Poetry Competition

The iYeats Poetry Competition was launched by the Hawk’s Well Theatre in 2009 to mark the 50th Yeats International Summer School and the 70th anniversary of the death of W. B Yeats.

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The competition is an annual online international poetry competition which has won a prestigious reputation for the caliber of both entrants and judges. The competition is open to all those 16 years of age and upwards.


Opportunity Focus Areas:

  • Poetry.

Required Languages


Eligible Countries


Program Period

2 days.

  • Winners notified by Monday 22nd July
  • Results Publicly Announced: Tuesday 23rd July

Eligibility Requirements (Criteria)

  • Only online entries will be accepted.
  • Files with entries must be in Word format and attached to the online entry form. Word Limit of 40 lines.
  • Multiple prizes may be awarded to the same person.
  • Poems must not have been published either in print or on a website, not be currently submitted or accepted for future publication. They must not previously have been awarded a prize in another competition.
  • The General category competition is open to all entrants.
  • The emerging poet category is confined to those aged between 16 and 25.
  • No correspondence will be entered into once work has been submitted.
  • Poems cannot be altered or changed after they have been entered.
  • Copyright remains with the authors, but we reserve the right to publish the winning poems. Copyright reverts to the author after one year.
  • Payment must be made in Euros currency only.
  • Your entry in the competition means you accept these rules.

Opportunity Cost


  • General category: First Prize €500.
  • Emerging category: €300 (aged 16 – 25 years).

How to Apply

First Step: Fill the application.

Second Step: Attach your poems.

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This Scholarship Published by:
Raghda Hourani/ Palestine

Reviewed by” Salma Aittaleb/ Morocco 
MARJ3 Intern
MARJ3 Scholarships team