Students are being encouraged to enter for the Undergraduate Awards 2016 – the world’s largest non-profit international academic awards programme.
Students can submit up to three papers which represent their best work to be in with a chance of winning an international award which recognises them as a top student in their field.
There are 25 different award categories which are open to all students in their penultimate or final years of study, as well as 2015 graduates.
Submission is free and involves a simple online form. Students can submit up to three pieces of work which will be judged anonymously by a panel of international academic experts in each field.
To enter simply register your details on AwardHub at https://app.awardhub.co/s1/site//U-A-Application before uploading the work you would like to be considered.
The winner will have their paper published in the Undergraduate Awards academic journal and will be invited 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 used when pursuing work or further study opportunities. More information about the prizes can be found here: http://www.undergraduateawards.com/the-prize-2/.
The deadline for entries is Tuesday, 14 June.