Two Swansea University student entrepreneurs are hoping to win thousands in a national competition.
After the launch of their fitness and health competition this year, second year students Max Kalu and Sean Lee Rice are taking part in the Jack Wills young persons competition for their Mr University enterprise.
The Jack Wills ‘Young Brits’ contest aims to celebrate young people doing the extraordinary, in partnership with I newspaper and STA travel.
Prizes include a photo shoot, mentoring and £5000 cash.
Based on the quality of the application and number of votes, Max and the team could make it through to the next stage of the competition.
Politics student, Max said: “We are excited and hopeful this is another platform for us to promote the competition and its values.
“We’ve achieved a lot in the time since our launch in January, including attracting various sponsors, features in national and local publications and now we want to take it to the next level.”
The judges in the final part include Heather Rabbatts CBE, Managing Director of Smuggler Entertainment and co-founders of Jack Willis, Rob Shaw and Peter Williams.
Alongside The University of Leicester graduate, David Bissell, they set up the brand and national competition Mr University seeing students from around the country compete in physique and athletic rounds.
If the team win, they vow to use it towards improving the Mr University experience for competitors and spectators.
Recently, the brand was featured on a the BBC Three programme ‘Tyger takes on the Perfect Body’ and the team have been flooded with inquiries about the competition.
To vote, click here for ‘Maxwell Kalu’ under the Enterprise category.