Call for submissions is now open! The British Society for the History of Mathematics is pleased to invite submissions for its 2020 undergraduate essay prize. The essay may be on any topic within the history of mathematics and should be no more than 2500 words in length (excluding references). The competition is open to any person who is enrolled as an undergraduate in a UK or Irish university.
Winners of the Eighteenth Annual BERKELEY PRIZE Essay Competition are announced by Professor Raymond Lifchez, Chair of the Berkeley Undergraduate Prize for Architectural Design Excellence. This year there is one First Prize, one Second Prize, one Third Prize, and one Fourth Prize Winner.
Through three distinct competitions - the Essay Competition; the Travel Fellowship Competition; and the Teaching Fellowship Competition - the international BERKELEY PRIZE encourages undergraduate architecture students and their faculty to go into their communities for the purpose of thinking and writing about issues central to the understanding of the social art of architecture.Awards. The BSDS offer several awards including Travelling Fellowships to support training and research in Dermatological Surgery, Undergraduate Essay Prizes and annual awards to recognise the contributions and achievements of Dermatological Surgeons.Medical Student Essay Prize. Twice a year the BSDS sets and essay title on a topic related to dermatological surgery and offers a prize for the winning essays. The BSDS Medical Student Essay Prize (previously titled Undergraduate Essay Prize) is open to anyone who has medical student status at the time of application or who graduates that year.
Bad College Essay Examples—And How to Fix Them. The beauty of writing is that you get to rewrite. So if you think of your essay as a draft waiting to be revised into a better version rather than as a precious jewel that can't bear being touched, you'll be in far better shape to correct the issues that always crop up!Read More
Essay Prize 2020. The Robinson College Essay Prize is open to all students currently in Year 12 (Lower Sixth, or equivalent) at a UK School. It is designed to give students the opportunity to develop and showcase their independent study and writing skills.Read More
The Philosophy and Literature Bad Writing Contest ran from 1995 to 1998. For an essay giving background on the contest, click here. 1998. We are pleased to announce winners of the fourth Bad Writing Contest, sponsored by the scholarly journal Philosophy and Literature. The Bad Writing Contest celebrates the most stylistically lamentable passages found in scholarly books and articles.Read More
The Philosophy Department awards two Essay Prizes: the Jonathan Edwards Prize—for a paper by an undergraduate philosophy major—and the Herbert Heidelberger Prize—for a paper by a graduate student. In addition to these two prizes, the Department awards the John Robison Prize for excellence in teaching by a graduate student. See below for more details about each of the prizes, as well as a.Read More
The Governor-General's Prize is an essay competition open to all students enrolled in an undergraduate degree at an Australian University and studying in Australia for all or part of 2019 or 2020. For over fifteen years, this prestigious competition has provided students with the opportunity to be recognised for their academic skill, talent, and research.Read More
An architecture student may team up with another undergraduate in architecture, landscape architecture, urban studies, arts and humanities, the social sciences, or engineering. If two students collaborate, then both names must appear on their essay and if awarded a prize, the prize is to be equally shared. Photograph Requirement.Read More
This essay highlights bad practice in writing legal essays.We then suggest how that practice might be improved so as to reflect the standard of skills and knowl- edge one is expected to display at undergraduate level.Read More
This contest is now closed. Thank you to all those who entered! In the spirit of stimulating the imagination, promoting creativity, and fostering appreciation of English language skills and the art of poetry, the Department of English and Writing Studies is pleased to offer the annual Alfred Poynt Award in Poetry made in accordance with the wishes and through the generosity of the late Alfred.Read More
The 2018 Scholarship Essay Competition Click here to read the 2018 entries. Contest Rules. What Career is Right for Me presents a writing contest that offers a great cash prize. We know how important and difficult choosing a career can be.Read More
Primary consideration will be given to the essay's originality and its contribution to new knowledge and insights. Other considerations will be the author's demonstration of the relevance of the subject, the cogency of the presentation and the documentation, and the stylistic quality of the essay.Read More