Submissions to: [email protected] (Sofie Narbed, Dissertation Convenor, Royal Holloway, University of London) Deadline: 3 July 2019 Find out more published by Elsevier.
First prize is £150, with an honourable mention second prize of £50.
The rural setting is great for relieving stress, clearing the head, and encouraging the creative flow.
Students have lots of opportunities for support and advice In Malham, but the main aim is to create time and space to write, away from the usual distractions of city life.
Indeed, several of the staff are actively engaged in research on student fieldtrips and writing, and we have drawn on this experience to create a writing retreat that really works for our students as they embark on writing up their dissertation research. Students can choose to attend communal writing sessions, dissertation workshops, and specialist group tutorials on ‘troubleshooting your methodology’ or ‘making a start with your content chapters’ and so on.
This year’s exciting addition was a new workshop led by Dr Karen Horwood ‘Serious play lego!
The annual dissertation prizes awarded by our Research Groups recognise outstanding work from undergraduate and postgraduate students at higher education institutions both in the UK and overseas.
See the full list with submission details below, in order of deadline date.
Please include a contact email address for the student (post-graduation).
Please note that we can only accept one entry from any department.