Awards available in the area of International Development Awards available in the area of International Development

Prize for the Best Undergraduate Dissertation

This annual prize of £100 is awarded for the best undergraduate dissertation submitted.

Rules

A prize shall be awarded annually in the School of Development Studies as follows:

  1. One annual prize to the total value of £100 for the best Undergraduate dissertation submitted.
  2. The prizes shall be awarded by the appropriate Final Board of Examiners.

1996/97 winners - Sam Jermy and Sergio Rosendo
2009/10 winners - Daniel Wroe and Emil Dauncey
2010/11 winner - Emma Febry
2011/12 winner - Felix Cowie
2012/13 winner - Clarissa Baerenfaenger

£100


Prize for Best Overall Performance in the Undergraduate Final Assessment

This annual prize of £100 is awarded for the best overall performance in the Undergraduate Final Assessment.

 Rules

A prize shall be awarded annually in the School of Development Studies as follows:

  1. One annual prize to the total value of £100 for the best overall performance in the Undergraduate Final Assessment.
  2. The prizes shall be awarded by the appropriate Final Board of Examiners.

1996/97 winner - Eve Lafferty
2009/10 winner - Daniel Wroe
2010/11 winner - Lucy Bence Wilkins
2011/12 winner - Natalie Day
2012/13 winner - Clarissa Baerenfaenger

£100


Prize for Best Masters Dissertation

This annual prize of £150 is awarded for the best Masters dissertation submitted.

Rules

A prize shall be awarded annually in the School of Development Studies as follows:

  1. One annual prize to the total value of £150 for the best Masters dissertation submitted.
  2. The prizes shall be awarded by the appropriate Final Board of Examiners.

2008/09 winners - Andrei Popescu, Matthew Sladen, Kegan Dougal and Jennifer Chapman
2009/10 winner - Stephen Whitfield
2010/11 winners - Patrick Pringle and Jonathan Jensen
2011/12 winners - Rosie Smith and Borja Perez-Viana
2012/13 winners - Shaun Da Costa and Melissa McCracken

£150


Prize for Best Overall Performance in the Masters Final Assessment

This annual prize of £200 is awarded for the best overall performance in the Masters Final Assessment.

Rules

A prizes shall be awarded annually in the School of Development Studies as follows:

  1. One annual prize to the value of £200 for the best overall performance in the Masters Final Assessment.
  2. The prizes shall be awarded by the appropriate Final Board of Examiners.

2009/10 winner - Beth Titchiner
2010/11 winner - Jonathan Jensen
2011/12 winner - Rosie Smith
2012/13 winner - Claire Shelton

£200


The Piers Blaikie Annual Student Prize

This annual prize is awarded to the Masters student registered in the School of International Development who produces the best dissertation on a theme related to the politics of the environment.

Rules

  1. There shall be a prize awarded annually from the Piers Blaikie Fund to be known as the Piers Blaikie Annual Student Prize.
  2. The Piers Blaikie Annual Student Prize shall be awarded to the Masters student registered in the School of International Development who produces the best dissertation on a theme related to the politics of the environment.
  3. The Prize will be awarded from the academic year 2011/12.
  4. Details of the Piers Blaikie Annual Student Prize will be publicised to all eligible students with appropriate information on selection criteria, application timescales and value of award.
  5. The Prize will be awarded by the School together with Professor Piers Blaikie on the recommendation of the Board of Examiners. The Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences may be called upon to make a final recommendation, if required.
  6. If two or more candidates are judged to be of sufficient and equal merit, the prize may be divided. There shall be a maximum of two winners in any one year.
  7. If no candidate is judged to be of sufficient merit, the prize shall not be awarded. No student may be awarded the Prize more than once.

2011/12 winner - Mark Tebboth
2012/13 winner - Katrien Van Aelst

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