Sign in: Staff/Students
The Undergraduate Awards is an annual coursework competition for students and the deadline for submitting your work is Tuesday, 12 June 2018.
If you haven’t already submitted your coursework for consideration, do so this week before the competition closes.
Winners and Highly Commended Entrants from previous years have used this achievement to secure postgraduate opportunities and enhance their CV.
Katie Duggan was a Regional Winner in the Social Sciences category in 2016. Katie said: “Thanks to UA, my college has awarded me a bursary towards my postgraduate studies and a job position as a Student Ambassador.
“UA has given me confidence in my abilities and has inspired me to strive for greatness in all areas of my life.”
You can enter the competition if you:
If your work is selected as a Global Winner you’ll receive a gold medal at the prestigious Awards Ceremony, which is held in Dublin. Your work will also gain global recognition by being entered into The Undergraduate Journal and you’ll be given access to the Undergraduate Awards Alumni Portal – a network of scholars and industry leaders. Highly Commended and Regional Winners also receive a certificate of recognition.
To submit your work, simply choose your category, prepare your work and complete the submission form via the Undergraduate Awards website. The deadline for submitting your work is Tuesday, 12 June 2018.
If you would like more information about the programme, please visit the Undergraduate Awards website or contact our Student Communications Manager, Francesca McFarlane.
You must be logged in to post a comment.
All recent news
National Trust Secretary, Paul Boniface to deliver Heritage Public Lecture
Postgraduate Taught assessment support measures for 2020/21
Liverpool combined technology and community to out-SMART Covid-19
COVID-19: Liverpool experts challenge flawed reports on lateral flow tests
Update on teaching arrangements
Colombia's indigenous Kankuamo people adopted an isolation survival strategy but suffered greatly during the conflict of the 1980s and 90s
Liverpool experts challenge 'flawed' reports on rapid lateral flow antigen tests for #COVID19
Read more here👉https://bit.ly/3izi5mw
@louiseckenny @profbuchan @ProfCalumSemple @DPH_MAshton
A new study from @c_ottensmeier @ljiresearch @unisouthampton has found that people with severe #COVID may be left with more protective T cell 'memory' to fight reinfection.
The study was published by @ScienceMagazine
Read more https://bit.ly/2Yad7TD