Calendar 2016/17

Prizes

Prizes play an important part in recognising in a public way high levels of student achievement, primarily through academic excellence but also in some instances through the quality of contribution to other aspects of University life. They are an important element in the University's strategy for engaging local and national companies in the life of the University. For those who receive them, prizes enhance their relationship with the University, hopefully well into the future. In addition, they give donors the opportunity to make a gift to the University for a variety of reasons, often of a quite personal nature.

Below are the prizes that are currently awarded by the University, listed primarily by College.

College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences

Computer Science

BCS Prize (Best Student) (£150 + BCS Membership). Awarded to the student with the best academic performance on the BSc Computer Science programme.

BCS Prize (Best Project) (£100 + BCS Membership). Best student on the BSc Computer Science programme. 

IBM University Team Challenge (Exeter) Comptetition by IBM - Winning group will receive £50 and a visit to IBM UK Laboratories to compete against other Universities in the 'IBM Challenge'. Overall winners will each receive a laptop. Prize awarded for best group in year two of the Computer Science programmed. 

Logic Prize in Computer Science (£100). Awarded annually to the student with the best academic performance in the second year of a computer science course, or computer science combined honours course (excludes Flexible Combined Honours). 

Engineering

Advanced Technologies Research Institute Prize (2 at £100). Awarded to two final year students undertaking projects supervised by staff members of the Advanced Technologies Research Institute for best individual project and/or best group project.

Bertie Black Prize (£250). Awarded to a student of Engineering with the most outstanding academic performance.

Best Project (Certificate). Awarded by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers to a final year student undertaking the accredited BEng/MEng Mechanical Engineering or BEng/MEng Engineering and Management course for outstanding research, development or design in Mechanical Engineering. 

Best Project Award. Awarded by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers to a final year student undertaking an accredited IMechE programme who completes an outstanding research, development or design project in Mechanical Engineering.

Best Student Certificate (Certificate). Awarded by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers to the best student in any year of the accredited BEng/MEng Engineering and Management (Mechanical) or BEng/MEng Mechanical Engineering.

Corus Student Award: Steel Bridge Design (£250). Awarded to the student(s) with the best design for a steel bridge.

Dean El-Mariesh Memorial Prize (£100). Awarded to a student for most notable contribution to Engineering within the College. 

DSTL (1 at £100 and 1 at £25): Awarded for the best individual project posters.

IMechE Frederick Barnes Waldron Prize (certificate + medal). Awarded to the best Mechanical Engineering student who is an affiliate member of the IMechE on an IMechE accredited course.

ICE Student Prize (£250 + certificate of merit). Awarded for the best performance on a JMB accredited civil engineering course. 

Informatics Research Institute project prizes (£100). Awarded to undergraduate students for the best individual Projects at stage 3 or stage 4 supervised by staff members of the IRI.

Institution of Mechanical Engineering Prize (certificate + medal). Awarded for the best Mechanical Engineering project of an affiliate member of the IMechE on an IMechE accredited course.

Institution of Structural Engineers Prize (1st - £200, 2nd - £150, 3rd - £100, 4th - £50). Awarded for the best project presentation.

Philip Booth Prize in Engineering (£100). Awarded to a student of Engineering for the best individual project.

The Robert W Flux Memorial Award (£100) Awarded to a final-year student for best Group Project Presentation.

Mathematics

The AT Price Prize in Mathematical Sciences (£100). Awarded to the finalist with the best performance.

DSTL Prize for Best Final Year Project (£100). Awarded to final year Mathematics students for the Best Final Year Project in Maths/OR/Statistics.

IMA Prizes (Free membership of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications). Awarded to two final year undergraduate students for outstanding performance in their final year.

Jardine Lloyd Thompson Prize (1 at £200 and 2 at £100). Awarded to a final year student demonstrating outstanding performance in Statistics, who has undertaken Statistics in their final year of study.

Mathematics Research Institute prize (2 at £100). Awarded to undergraduate students for the best individual projects at stage 3 and stage 4 supervised by staff members of the Mathematics Research Institute.

Met Office Prize (£100). Outstanding performance in a project or other module relevant to Met Office activities.

Unthank Prize in Mathematics (3 at £100). Awarded to three undergraduate students with the best overall performance in a Single Honours Mathematics programme.

Physics

Bertie Black Prize (£75). Awarded to the student with the most outstanding academic performance.

College Prizes (£25 each). Awarded to the best three students in each of the years 1, 2, 3. 

Newman Prize (£50). Awarded to the finalist who submits the most outstanding project in terms of the ingenuity and intuition shown.

Physics Award (£25). Awarded to the top three students in each year based on the stage average scores. 

Medical Imaging

College of Radiographers Prize (Free Membership). Awarded to the three finalists with the highest award scores.

Medical Imaging Prize (£25). Awarded to the top three students in each year based on the stage average scores.

Camborne School of Mines

Ball Memorial Mining Economics Prize (£50). Covering second and third-year results in subjects related to management and Mineral Economics. For those taking any Mining Engineering degree at CSM.

BHP Billiton Prize (£75). For the best all round student, awarded for above average results, sportsmanship and public spiritedness.

Camborne College of Mines Trust Prize (£50). Awarded to a First year student taking BSc Environmental Science & Technology, based on overall academic results. 

Camborne College of Mines Trust Prize (£50). Awarded to the best first-year student, based on overall academic results, taking the MSc in Mining Geology/Industrial Rocks & Minerals at CSM. 

Charles Hooper Memorial Prize (£50). To a UG or PG on any programme for general merit and public spiritedness at CSM.

FB Michell Gold Medal. Awarded to the best third-year student, primarily based on degree classification, taking the Beng in Minerals Engineering at CSM.

Gold Medal. Awarded to a final year student taking BSc in Environmental Science & Technology, for best academic performance primarily based on degree classification.

Gold Medal. Awarded to a final year student taking BEng in Minerals Surveying & Resource Management, for best academic performance primarily based on degree classification. 

Helipebs Prize (£100). For the best third year performance in mineral process design, in the Beng in Minerals Engineering in CSM.

ICES Prize (£150). Awarded to the student with the best project studying on the MSc SLEM programme.  Successful winner must be a member of ICES to receive this award.

Imerys Prize (£50). Awarded to the best first-year BEng Mining or Minerals Engineering or Mine & Quarry Engineering student, based on overall academic results.

Institute of Explosives Engineers (£50). Awarded to the best final year student, based on overall academic results, taking the BEng Mining programme.

The Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (£200). Awarded to third year finalist student on the BEng Mining programme for being the most successful student.

Ivor de Beer General Merit Prize (£50) awarded to an undergraduate or postgraduate student on any programme any year for general merit and public spiritedness at CSM.

Jackson Financial Services Merit Award (£75). Awarded to any undergraduate or postgraduate students on any programme in CSM and in any year for above average results, sportsmanship and public spiritedness.

JC Davey Industrial Geology Prize (£100). Awarded for the best summer vacation report by a final-year student taking an undergraduate course in Geology at CSM.

John Brock Prize (£50) for the best performance in the Management Modules of the MSc in Mining Engineering, Minerals Engineering or Applied Geotechnics at CSM.

John Trounson Prize (£200). Awarded to the best student, based on overall academic results, taking the MSc in Mining/Minerals Engineering at CSM.

Ken Hosking Prize (£50). Awarded to the best first year student, based on overall academic results, taking a UG course in Geology at CSM.

Martyn Nicholas Costello Memorial Prize (£75) for the best Mining Report, for a student taking BEng Mining Engineering.

Martyn Nicholas Costello Memorial Prize (£75). For the best minerals report, for a student taking BEng in Minerals Engineering. 

Martyn Nicholas Costello Memorial Prize (£75). Awarded to the best second-year student, based on overall academic results, taking an undergraduate course in Geology.

Mineralogical Society Student Award for the best second-year aggregate mark in specified modules in mineralogical subjects in an undergraduate course in Geology.

Minerals Engineering Society Prize (£30). Awarded to a student taking the B.Eng in Minerals Engineering at CSM. Based on the highest combined marks in Advanced Materials Processing, Pyro-Metallurgy and Mineral Process & Hydro-Process Design.

Minerals Engineering Society SW England Section Prize (£50). Awarded to the best second-year student based on overall academic results, taking the B.Eng in Minerals Engineering at CSM.

Minerals Engineering Society University Award (£50). Awarded to the best third year student, primarily based on degree classification, taking the B.Eng in Minerals Engineering at CSM.

The Mining Journal Gold Medal. Awarded to the best Final year student, primarily based on degree classification, taking undergraduate course in Geology.

MO Feyide Prize (£50) for the best Mining and Geotechnical Engineering module marks, for a student taking BEng Mining Engineering.

Professor N Gray Prize (£50). Awarded to a second year student taking BSc Environmental Science & Technology, based on overall academic results.

Paul Chick Memorial Prize (£50): Awarded to a final-year student, for the best individual performance in the feasibility study, taking the BEng Mining Engineering/Mine & Quarry Engineering/Minerals Surveying & Resource Management.

RA Thomas Mine Surveying Prize (£50). Awarded to the best Year 2 student, based on overall academic results, taking BEng in Minerals Surveying & Resource Management/BSc Surveying & Environmental Management.

RCA Hooper Surveying Prize (£50). Awarded to the best first-year student, based on general merit and public spiritedness, taking any programme at CSM.

Richard Pearce Gold Medal. Awarded to the best third-year BEng Mining Engineering or BEng Mining and Quarry Engineering student, for best academic performance primarily based on degree classification.

RIC Prize (certificate and voucher). Awarded to the highest achieving student on the MSc SLEM programme.

William K Brown Award (£1000). Awarded to the highest achieving final year student taking BEng Mining Engineering.

William K Brown Award(£50). Awarded to the highest achieving second year student taking BEng Mining Engineering or BEng Mine and Quarry Engineering.

Renewable Energy

GeoScience – Tony Batchelor Prize (£100). Awarded to a third year undergraduate student on the Renewable Energy programme for best student in the field of Renewable Heat.

GL Garrad Hassan (£200). Awarded to a third year undergraduate student on the Renewable Energy programme for best overall result in RE3 Dissertation on Wind, Wave or Tidal.

Hay’s Engineering Prize (£100 Capital Bonds voucher). Awarded to a fourth year undergraduate student on the Renewable Energy programme for best overall result.

Pure Energy Professional Ltd (£100). Awarded to a second or third year undergraduate student on the Renewable Energy programme for showing the most commitment to Renewable Energy.

Staff Prize (£50). Awarded to a second or third year undergraduate student on the Renewable Energy programme for effort and achievement. 

Wardell Armstrong Prize (£100). Awarded to a third year undergraduate student on a Renewable Energy programme for most innovative student project.

Wheal Jane Prize (£100). Awarded to a third or fourth year undergraduate student on a Renewable Energy programme for best student in the field of Integrated Renewable Energy Systems.

College of Humanities

Archaeology

Angela and Tony Colmer Prize (£100). Outstanding Fieldwork in Local Archaeology. 

Bertie Black Prize in Archaeology (£250). Awarded to the student of Archaeology with the most outstanding academic performance.

Lady Aileen Fox Prize in Archaeology (£50). Awarded to the student with the best finalist dissertation in Archaeology.

Classics and Ancient History

Bertie Black Prize (£250). Awarded to the student of Classics with the most outstanding academic performance.

Robin Mathewson Price (£50). To be awarded to students of Classics with outstanding academic performance.

Drama

Bertie Black Prize (£250). Awarded to a student of Drama with the most outstanding academic performance.

English

Gamini Salgado Prize (£50). Awarded for the undergraduate dissertation that best communicates the qualities of imagination and intellectual flair.

The Zara Malone Memorial Prize (£50). Awarded for the best undergraduate performance in a Creative Writing module at level III (excluding dissertation).

English Cornwall

The Q Fund Prize (£300). Outstanding academic performance English/Penryn Campus.

History

Bertie Black Prize (£250). Awarded to the student of History with the most outstanding academic performance.

Bertram Wolffe Prize (£50). Awarded to the finalist with the best set of marks in Medieval/Renaissance Studies.

Bruce Coleman Prize for Modern History (£100). Awarded to the finalist with the best academic performance (with reference to Modern History). 

Dissertation Prize (£50).Awarded to the student of History with the best dissertation.

History and Politics (Combined Honours) Prize (£60). Awarded for the best overall performance of a History and Politics (CH) student.

Jean Henderson Prize for European History (£50). Awarded to the finalist with the best academic performance in European History.

William Appleyard Prize (£80). Awarded annually to the finalist with the best academic performance in Economic and Social History.

Modern Languages

Bertie Black Prize (£250). Awarded to the finalist of Italian with the most outstanding academic performance.

Keith Dickson Prize (£190). Awarded to a student of German with the most outstanding performance in language & content modules (First Year).

Keith Whinnom Prize (£150). Awarded to the second year student with best overall marks for Hispanic Studies (Language and Profile).

Robert Niklaus Bursary (£100). Awarded to the student with the best performance in an 18th Century French module (Second Year).

Robert Niklaus Bursary (£100). Awarded to the student with the best performance in an 18th Century French module (Fourth Year).

The Roger Cockrell Prize (£100). Awarded to the student of Russian with the most outstanding performance in language and content modules (First Year).

The Roger Cockrell Prize (£100).  Awarded to the student of Russian with the most outstanding performance in language and content modules (Second Year).

Theology

EH Boundy Prize in Theology (£60). To be awarded to students of Theology. Best Finalist Dissertation. 

St Luke's Foundation Prize (Certificate in Theology) (£60 book token). Awarded to the student with the most outstanding academic performance in Theology.

College of Life and Environmental Sciences

Biosciences

Biochemical Society Prize. (£100 and free membership). Awarded to the outstanding undergraduate student in Biochemistry or Molecular Bioscience.

CEC Commendation (certificate).

College Commendation (Certificate). Students who achieve 75% or above.  

College Prize (£50). Awarded to the top graduating student from PCMD taking an intercalated year. 

College Prize (£50). Awarded for second or third year student with the top performance in Molecular Biology. 

Dean's Commendation (Certificate). Awarded to students who achieved exceptional high marks for a stage and who overcame adversity to do so. 

Henderson Ross Prize (£125). Best performance in the Biological and Medicinal Chemistry programme awarded to final year student.

Henry Norman Rydon Prize (£100). Awarded to second-year student, for best performance, taking the Biological and Medicinal Chemistry programme. 

J L Sager Prize (£10.00). Best first year performance in biosciences.

Oxford University Press (£50 book voucher). Student who has shown the greatest academic improvement. 

Oxford University Press Prize. Awarded to the two students showing the greatest improvement during year one, from each campus.  

Pye Unicam Prize (£50). An annual prize awarded to the finalist with exceptional results. 

Society for General Microbiology (Free membership). Awarded to the second year student with the best performance in Microbiology. 

Society of Biology Award. Student who has achieved the highest percentage in his/her bioscience degree. 

Society of Biology (Free membership). Awarded to the student with the highest percentage mark in their degree.  

Syngenta UG Prize (Sponsored visit). Best final year plant biology project

Tripos Receptor (£80). Awarded to the final year student with the best molecular project.  

William H Fraser Prize (£80). Awarded annually to the undergraduate who submits the most outstanding environmental biology / whole organism project at the end of the third year. 

ZSL Charles Darwin Award. Best zoological project.

Geography

Best Dissertation Award (£100 voucher). Awarded to final year student with highest dissertation mark (may, in future, involve a panel review).

Dean's Commendations. Students recommended for this award have work that is consistently of the highest possible order (summa cum laude); in practice, this has meant work with a grade point average over 80%. We have also previously nominated students who have performed very well in the face of adversity

Highest Overall Marks (£100 voucher). Awarded to final year student with best final mark for degree.

Jonathan Ratnage Prize (£10). Awarded annually for the best dissertation in Geography.

Lewis Memorial Prize (£15). An annual undergraduate award for academic excellence in Geography. 

Met Office Prize (£100). Best UG performance in modules relating to the Met Office activities.

Met Office Prize (£100). Best PGT performance in modules relating to the Met Office activities.

Myrtle Murray Prize (Up to £500). Best research project application for UG research travel overseas.

School Commendations (£50 voucher). Awarded to students who perform consistently at the upper first level (not starred first level) and those who have done commendably well in the face of adversity. 

William Ravenhill Prize (£100). An annual undergraduate award for the best academic performance in Geography.

Psychology

The Blackwell Prize for first-year achievement (£70 to buy books x2). An annual award for best academic performance in the first-year.

The Cartwright Prize (£50). An annual award for the best piece of project work in the area of 'Culture Management'.

Leslie Reid Prize in Psychology. An annual award of (£50) to buy books or other teaching materials within the field of Psychology - in recognition of academic achievement in undergraduate honours programme in Psychology; the award to be used to purchase books or other teaching materials within the field of Psychology. Each student should be considered only once for the award, normally at the end of the penultimate year of his/her Honours or Combined Honours programme. It should preferably be given to one student and not shared. 

MSc in Animal Behaviour Prize (£50). Awarded to the student with the best academic performance on this programme.

MSc Psychological Research Methods Prize (£50). Awarded to the student with the best academic performance on this programme.

MSc in Social and Organisational Psychology Prize (£50). Awarded to the student with the best academic performance on this programme.

Psychology Sage Prize (£75). Awarded for the best project submitted by a final-year Single Honours Psychology student.

Sports and Health Sciences

Human Kinetics Academic Achievement Award (£50 x 3). Awarded to students securing the highest year average out of the following BSc degrees: Exercise and Sports Sciences, Human Biosciences, Education and Sport Sciences, Psychology with Sport Sciences.

St Luke's Club Prize (£30). Awarded annually to a final year BSc ESS student in SSHS. The prize is awarded for the best academic performance of a BSc ESS student registered to undertake a PGCE at CSSIS in the following academic year.

College of Social Sciences and International Studies

Graduate School of Education

St Luke's College Foundation Prize (£200). Awarded annually to the best student on the Postgraduate Certificate in Education in Secondary Religious Education course. 

Victor Whitburn Memorial Prize (£60). Awarded to the student on the PGCE Primary Semi-Specialist Music course with the best academic marks for music assignments.

Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies

Alexandria Poetry Recitation Competition (£300). Best student/s reciting poetry in Arabic in front of peers and panel of staff members. 

Batten-Pattar Essay Prize for History and Politics - Level 2 (£100): Awarded annually to an IAIS year 2 student for best essay in a History or Politics module offered by IAIS.

Batten-Pattar Essay Prize for History and Politics - Level 3 (£100): Awarded annually to an IAIS year 3 student for best essay in a History or Politics module offered by IAIS.

Glencairn Balfour-Paul Prize for the best MA Dissertation (£150). Awarded to the student presenting the best Dissertation on an MA programme. 

Howard Feurtado Prize (£50). Final year student in IAIS programme ?????? 

Tom Fattorini Award 'Best Performance in a BA Programme' commemorative plate and (£150): Awarded to the student with best performance in a BA programme.

Tom Fattorini Award 'Best Performance in an MA Programme' commemorative plate and (£150). Awarded to the student with best performance in an MA programme. 

Year Abroad Photography Prize (£200): Awarded annually to an IAIS undergraduate student completing the year abroad.

Law

Angelika Shrayh Memorial Prize (£250) Awarded annually to the third year LLB (German) student with the highest average mark across all subjects over three years.

AP Langlois Prize (£75). Awarded to a finalist for excellence of performance in the LLB (European) examinations.

Baker Prize for Company Law (£75). Awarded annually to the best student completing the undergraduate Company law module.

Bracton Prize (£100). Awarded yearly to a student in the College, on the recommendation of the Bracton Professor of Law.

Cartridges (£100). Awarded annually to the student who has made the best contribution to the Community Legal Helpdesk.

Christina Sachs Memorial Prize for Family Law (£30). Awarded annually to the undergraduate student with the best performance in Family Law.

Clifford Parker Mooting Prize (£100). Awarded to the best undergraduate student mooter.

The DLA European Law Prize (£50). Awarded annually to the first year LLB European student with the highest average mark over the course of their first year of study.

Edward Elgar Publishing Prize (£120). Awarded annually to the LLB student with the best performance in EU Law.

Exeter Club Prize (£50). Awarded yearly to the student who submits the best LLM dissertation.

Hart Publishing Prize (£100). Awarded annually to the LLB student with the best performance in the Law of Trusts.

Law and Society Prize (£50) The prize consists of a Book token from Blackwells. Awarded to the best finalist on the IDSH BA Law and Society degree. 

Lloyd Parry Prize (£20). Awarded annually to a first-year undergraduate student with the best performance in Constitutional and Administrative Law.

Malcolm Mead Prize for Employment Law (£100). Awarded annually to the undergraduate student who achieves the best performance in Employment Law.

Markus Zalewski Prize for French and German Law (£200). Awarded annually to the LLB (European) graduating student with the best performance in the Maîtrise & Magister Year Abroad.

Michelmores Prize for Land Law (£100). Awarded annually to the second-year undergraduate student with the best performance in Land Law.

Oxford University Press Law Prize. The prize consists of £100 worth of books published by Oxford University Press, plus a donation of £50 worth of books published by Blackstones to the Law Library. Awarded yearly to the best Year 2 LLB student. 

Oxford University Press Victoria Williams Memorial Prize (£150). Awarded to most promising first year female of potential. 

Paul Heim Prize (£100). Awarded to the best student studying for the Bar at Lincoln's Inn or, if no student is going to Lincoln's Inn, to the best student going to the Bar.

Peter English Memorial Prize (£50). Awarded annually to the undergraduate student submitting the best dissertation or assessed essay in the field of Criminal Law.

Public International Law Prize One Bottle of Champagne (to be selected and purchased by the sponsor). 

Routledge Cavendish Prize (£75). Awarded annually for excellence in any field of legal study to the best first year law student. 

School of Law Prize (£200). Awarded yearly to a student in the School, on the recommendation of the Head of School.

Sir Archibald Bodkin Prize for Criminal Law and Procedure (£20). Awarded annually to the undergraduate student with the best performance in Criminal Law, on recommendation of one of Her Majesty's judges.

Stones Prize (£50). Awarded to an LLB finalist for the best dissertation.

Sweet & Maxwell Law Prize The prize consists of (£150) worth of books published by Messrs Sweet and Maxwell. Awarded annually to the best graduating LLB student. 

Tony Jaffey Prize for Tort (£50). Awarded annually for the best performance in Tort.

William and Mary Prize (£20). Awarded annually by the College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, USA, to the LLB student who achieves the best performance in English Legal History course.

Politics

Goldsmith Prize (£20). Awarded to a student of Politics who has made the best contribution to College life.

Nazih Ayubi Memorial Prize (£50). Awarded to a student on the MA in Middle East Politics programme for best dissertation of the year.

Oxford University Press (OUP) (TBA). Awarded to the student with the highest average mark in either POL1004A or POL1004B.

Victor Wiseman Politics Prize (£50). To be awarded to the finalist with the best degree result in Politics.

Sociology and Philosophy

Anthropology Prize (£50). To be awarded to the Anthropology student with the best overall academic achievement. 

Barry Turner Memorial Prize (£50) Awarded to the student of Sociology with the best academic performance.

The William Kingdon Clifford Prize (£50) Awarded to the Final Year Student who has achieved outstanding academic work.

SPA

Applied Anthrozoology Prize (£50 per annum (start-up fund stands at £210) Any student registered on the MA Anthrozoology programme

Strategy and Security

Academic Director's Prize for Contribution to the MA Applied Security Strategy (£50 and a signed book). The SSI Academic Director's prize awarded to the student for the most commendable contribution to the MA Applied Security Strategy.

Director's Prize for Best Analysis of a current global crisis (£50) Any MStrat student in year. The SSI Director's Prize for best analysis of a current global crisis.

University of Exeter Business School

BEEGA Prize for academic excellence (£200). Awarded for the best performance in year 1 Accounting and Finance. 

Brown, Shipley & Co Ltd Prize (£55). Awarded annually to the best student on the MA in Finance and Investment programme.

The David Walker Prize (£250). Awarded for an outstanding second year student in Economics (including Statistics).

Exeter Investment Group Prize (£150). Awarded to the MA in Finance and Investment student who achieves the best performance in Asset Management.

Ken Penney Memorial Prize (£50) (TSP income plus balance from College). Awarded annually to the second-year undergraduate student with the best examination result in BEE2002 Microeconomics

Leo T Little Prize for Economics (£100). Awarded to a final-year undergraduate student with the best examination results.

Pricewaterhouse Coopers Prize (£300). Awarded for the best overall performance be a second-year undergraduate student(s) in the College.

The Philip Norman Memorial Prize (£250). Awarded to an outstanding student on the MSc Economics or Economics of the European Union programme. 

 

University of Exeter Medical School

AMK Best Overall Score - Year One BMBS (£50 plus Certificate). A prize of £50 and a certificate is awarded to the Year One BMBS student who achieves the highest accumlated score in the Year One AMK summative examinations, including the End of Year Examination.

AMK Best Overall Score - Year Two BMBS (£50 plus Certificate). A prize of £50 and a certificate is awarded to the Year Two BMBS student who achieves the highest accumulated score in the Year Two AMKs.

Dr Christopher Giles Rowland Bursary (£1,500 per year, to be reassessed every 4 years). Dr Christopher Giles Rowland Bursary (up to £1500). Awarded each year to one BSc Medical Science student opting to take a Professional Training Year linked to oncology.

Marwood Prize (£100). One medal awarded annually to the best general practitioner registrar in the vocational training programmes for general practitioners.

OSCE Best Overall Score - Year Two BMBS (£50 plus Certificate). A prize of £50 and a certificate is awarded to the Year Two BMBS student who achieves the highest accumulated score across all Year Two OSCE stations.

Philip Norman Bursary £25000 maximum (one student to receive £5000 each year by two instalments of £2500, usually paid in July and January of each academic year). The Philip Norman Bursary (£25000 over five years) is awarded to one student joining the UEMS BMBS programme in the 2014/15 academic year as his or her first degree and who meets residency and annual income criteria, in addition to being able to demonstrate a commitment to academic excellence and their local community.

Quintiles Bursary (£5000). Awarded to a Year One BSc Medical Sciences who demonstrates both a high entry tariff and high individual financial support needs.

Quintiles Prize for Academic Achievement (£5000). Awarded to the final year BSc Medical Sciences student who demonstrates the highest academic performance in the Final Year. 

Quintiles Professional Training Year Prize (£5000). Awarded to the BSc Medical Science student who has the highest level of academic and professional performance during the PTY.

Quintiles Women in Science Prize (£5000). Awarded to the University of Exeter Medical School female undergraduate student who demonstrates the highest levels of leadership, professionalism and an ambassador for women in science.

SSC Best Overall Score - Year One BMBS (£50 plus Certificate). A prize of £50 and a certificate is awarded to the Year One BMBS student who achieves the highest accumulated score across all the Year One SSUs.

Special Commendation for Reflective Practice and Professionalism (BSc Medical Sciences) (Nil - Certificate only). A Special Commendation Certificate (Reflective Practice and Professionalism) is awarded to one student in each year of the BSc Medical Sciences programme based on performance in the portfolio reflection and a professionalism assessment by individual personal tutors. 

Special Commendation for Scientific Research and Communication (BSc Medical Sciences) (Nil - Certificate only). A Special Commendation Certificate is awarded to students in Years One (one prize), Two (two prizes) and Final (two prizes) based on the best overall scientific essays and presentation scores obtained through the current year in all UEMS modules. 

SSU Best Overall Score - Year Two BMBS (£50 plus Certificate). A prize of £50 and a certificate is awarded to the Year Two BMBS student who achieves the highest accumulated score across all the Year Two SSUs.

The Dr Catherine Masterman Bursary £5000 per student (£2000 in Year One, and £1000 for Years Two, Three and Four); one student recipient per year. The Dr Catherine Masterman Bursary is available to an incoming BMBS student who can demonstrate; sustained academic excellence; sustained beneficial input into their local community; active involvement and leadership in activities at school such as sport and societies; financial disadvantage (household income of less than £26,000); and who is a resident of Devon or Cornwall.

Year One Prize (BSc Medical Sciences) (£50 plus Certificate). A prize of £50 and a certificate is awarded to the Year One BSc Medical Sciences student who achieves the highest overall mean score in all the first year modules. 

Year Two Prize (BSc Medical Sciences) (£50 plus Certificate). A prize of £50 and a certificate is awarded to the Year Two BSc Medical Sciences student who achieves the highest overall mean score in all the second year modules. 

University of Exeter in Cornwall

Mrs Joan Hain Bequest (£500). Awarded to students based at the University of Exeter in Cornwall Tremough campus who are in receipt of full remission of their fees to help towards field trips undertaken during the year. Applications to be sent to the Provost's Office, Tremough campus.

University-Wide

Alexandria Poetry Recitation Prize. Endowed by Justin Goad, 1989 graduate in Arabic and Islamic Studies, to encourage an interest in Arab poetry; £150 to the winner, £50 to the runner-up. Annual winner's name engraved on silver trophy.

Ballard Prize (£20 in cash). An English Essay Competition open to all students of the University during their University career and for one year immediately after. The subject for essays, which normally should not exceed 5,000 words, is announced a year in advance. Articles in Exeter University student journals are eligible for entry.

Dufton Music Prize (£10). Awarded for Choral Singing by competition among the Halls.

Gladys Hunkin Poetry Prize (£65 in cash). Awarded annually for an original poem or poems in English on the result of a competition open to all registered students of the University. Each entry may comprise up to six poems, which should not have been previously published and must be submitted in typescript and in a suitable folder by the last day of the Spring Term.

Maxwell Adams Prize (£50 in cash). Awarded annually by the Devonshire Association for an essay of not more than 10,000 words by a student, or by a graduate of not more than five years standing in institutions of higher education in the County of Devon or (being resident in Devon) of the Open University, within one of the following fields: Archaeology, Botany, Economic History, Economics, Geography, Geology, History, Literature, Politics, Sociology or Zoology, with special reference to Devon.

Wyn Evans Prize (£100). An annual award, to be spent on books or other learning materials, in support of a registered disabled undergraduate student from any discipline at the end of the first year of study, on the basis of academic promise.

Flexible Combined Honours

Flexible Combined Honours Prize (£100). Awarded to a final year Flexible Combined Honours student for academic excellence.