The Undergraduate Awards 2017
Who are the Undergraduate Awards (UA) for? UA is open to all penultimate and final year students, as well as 2016 graduates, of all disciplines.
What do I apply with?
Individual undergraduate coursework which received a II.1 or higher (A-grade).
How do I apply?
If you would like to submit your work to The Undergraduate Awards you can do so through UA's submission platform. If you are not ready to submit your work just yet, simply register your details and upload your paper at a later date.
Why should I apply?
As a winner, you are recognised as one of the most impressive students in your field; you become part of a network of outstanding Undergraduate Award Winners from around the world; your winning paper is published in our academic journal, and you receive a ticket to the exclusive UA Global Summit in Dublin. Shortlisted students who are in the top 10% of all submissions are also recognised for their excellence, receiving a Highly Commended certificate which can be a significant catalyst when pursuing further studies or your chosen career. Find out more about the prize here.
What to look out for
Anonymity: The Undergraduate Awards prides itself on awarding academic work without bias and the entire judging process is anonymous. It is very important that your submission does not include your name, student number, or your institution/lecturer's name anywhere.
The Abstract should be between 100-300 words. Your abstract is the first thing judges will read so please make sure it is a good overview of your work.
Please read more about the eligibility criteria on the Submission Guide web page our website before you submit.
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