Robson History Prize The Robson History Prize is an annual competition for Year 12 or Lower 6th students. The Prize was established in 2007 in memory of the historian Robert Robson, who was for many years a Fellow and Tutor at Trinity.
The deadline for both essay competitions is 5pm on Friday 24th July 2020. Established in 1971, in memory of a St Hugh’s College historian, the Julia Wood Prize is an annual History essay competition open to Sixth Form pupils who have not been in the sixth form of any school or college for a period of more than two years.
Several colleges and departments of the University of Oxford run competitions which are open to students from schools and colleges.Preparing an entry for one of these competitions is a valuable experience for academically motivated students, so please do encourage your students to enter. There are also some exciting prizes to be won.The St John’s Classics and Ancient History Essay Competition celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2020, with over 800 students having taken part over the past 10 years. The competition is open to all UK students currently studying in Year 12 or equivalent, whether or not they are studying a Classical or Ancient subject, and gives students of any subjects an opportunity to write an essay on the.Phoebe Ashley-Norman is a Masters’ student of Biochemistry at Oxford University. She is currently undertaking research into mammalian mitosis but is passionate about science communication. She is the Schools’ Competition Co-ordinator and enjoying engaging with students about their essay ideas and scientific ambitions.
Entering an essay in our competition can build knowledge, and refine skills of argumentation. It also gives students the chance to have their work assessed by experts. All of our essay prizes are judged by senior academics from the University of Oxford.Read More
John Locke Essay Competition. Essay competition judged by Oxford university professors with the choice of 3 essays across 7 different subjects: Philosophy, Politics, Economics, History, Psychology, Theology and Law. Deadline: 15th July 2020 Further details here.Read More
Several Cambridge colleges run essay competitions related to Classics, for students in year 12. Whether you are planning to apply to Cambridge or not, we encourage you to get involved. Follow the links for further information: Newnham Classics Essay Competition; Corpus Classics Essay Competition; Fitzwilliam Ancient World Essay Competition.Read More
Classics essay competition oxford View cambridge classics. Corpuscle, history essay question 2013. You interfere in june 11 november 2013. Entrants in the contest. Essay competition 2013 sem 1 day celebration 23 march 2, trade, about reporting attendance at a facility in 1785.Read More
RES Essay Prize 2020 RES Essay Prize. The Review of English Studies is now inviting entries for its 2020 Essay Prize. The RES Essay Prize aims to encourage scholarship amongst postgraduate research students in Britain and abroad.The essay can be on any topic of English literature or the English language from the earliest period to the present.Read More
Law Essay Prize Winners. 8th February 2017. News, Student news,. Aysha Ahmad, Alan Bogg and Oxford student Hannah Ross. Moderating the discussion was Will Beetson (History, 2006),. The 2017 competition was judged by employment and discrimination law barrister Aysha Ahmad and professor of Labour Law at Oxford and fellow of Hertford.Read More
Having missed the boat on the Peterhouse English essay competition, I have been looking for a different one to have a go at (obviously with a later entry date!). There seem to be a surplus of History one's, but I can't find ANY more english ones.Read More
Instructions for entrants and essay questions are provided for the Kelvin, Thomas Campion and Vellacott prizes on the lefthand side as attachments. There is also an FAQ page for entrants and their teachers, as well as a guide for teachers on how to use our online system to run an internal competition within school and how to approve or modify essays.Read More
Call for submissions is now open! The British Society for the History of Mathematics is pleased to invite submissions for its 2020 undergraduate essay prize. The essay may be on any topic within the history of mathematics and should be no more than 2500 words in length (excluding references). The competition is open to any person who is enrolled as an undergraduate in a UK or Irish university.Read More