What do CREST Awards cost to enter?
You can find information about CREST entry fees on our website.
Enter an Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) for a CREST Award
If your students are working towards an Extended Project Qualification in an area related to science, technology, engineering or maths, they can gain extra recognition for their work by entering your project for a CREST Gold Award. There’s a lot of ...
How to enter the CREST Awards
You can enter students (or yourself, for CREST Silver and Gold) using our online platform. Create projects, add details, including project work for Bronze, Silver and Gold, and pay your entry fees. For CREST Silver and Gold this is where your project ...
Entering online for CREST Awards
To enter a project you need to sign up or log in to apply.crestawards.org. Once you've logged in, you can create a new entry by clicking on View Programs or Programs. On the Programs page, select the right award level by clicking More>. You will be ...
Grants and funding to run CREST
CREST Grants If registration and support costs are a barrier to running CREST, grants of up to £300 (plus voucher codes to cover the cost of CREST Award fees) are available to support and enable schools and organisations to run CREST Awards with ...
The CREST guiding principles
The below principles are the overall ideas that govern how the CREST Awards work. They are different to the CREST criteria, although the criteria are based around these. Real-world context CREST projects and activities have a clear real-world ...