If you’re proud of a piece of coursework you’ve completed as part of your undergraduate degree, submit your work to the Undergraduate Awards and gain global recognition for your achievement.
The Awards are open to students from around the world who have been awarded a 2:1 grade or equivalent for a piece of undergraduate coursework. If you have a piece of work in mind, choose a category to submit your work to and then click enter – it’s that easy.
The judges are looking for original and creative thinking.
Speaking about the awards programme, Dr Paul Redmond, Director of Student Experience and Enhancement, said: “The Undergraduate Awards is a fantastic competition. Last year, seven of our students received the Highly Commended award and we are incredibly proud of them for this achievement.
“I know that a lot of excellent work is completed by our undergraduates and we want to make sure those students have the opportunity to gain recognition for this on a global platform. If you’re not certain about entering, remember this – you’ve already done the hard work. Give it a go. You might be surprised where your work could take 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.
Are you eligible?
You are eligible to submit your work to The Undergraduate Awards if you:
- graduated in 2017 or you are due to graduate in 2018 or 2019
- have at least one piece of individual coursework that you completed during your undergraduate degree
- have a piece(s) of coursework (the piece you plan to submit) that received at least an A/II.I or equivalent grade
Submit your work
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.