The United Kingdom's Embassies in Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Uruguay have joined forces to organise a video essay contest that will send students who speak English from the four countries to the Malvinas Islands.
The winners of the competition will spend a week on the Islands, learning about the disputed territory's culture, history and people.
The application – open to students pursuing bachelor's degrees in any of the four nations – requires students to film a one-minute video in English answering the question: "“Why would I like to meet my neighbours from the Falkland (Malvinas) Islands?”
Applications will be accepted through 11.59 pm on September 30.
Those selected for the trip will stay with a family on the island's to "experience first-hand the life in the Falkland Islands," according to a UK government website.
The ideal winner should be active in social media and willing to share his/her experience about the Falkland Islands through these channels," the website states.
The competition also encourages students who are particularly savvy with social media to apply.
The week-long trip will be fully financed by the government of Islands.