The R.A. Butler Prize for essays in Politics and International Studies is a competition that can be entered by students in Year 12 or the Lower 6th. Candidates are invited to submit an essay on a topic to be chosen from a list of general questions announced in March each year, and to be submitted in August.
Essay competition 2018 second place: Is war and conflict an inevitable feature of global politics? Essay competition 2018 third place: What are the effects of the rise of China on the present world order? Research Resources. Guide to Undergraduate Research; LSEUPR Course.
R.A. Butler Essay Prize. The R.A. Butler Prize for essays in Politics and International Studies is a competition that can be entered by students in Year 12 or the Lower 6th. Candidates are invited to submit an essay on a topic to be chosen from a list of general questions announced in March each year, and to be submitted by August.The LSE USAPP Blog Undergraduate Essay Competition is an opportunity for students to publish their work on the United States. Browser does not support script. Skip to content London School of Economics and Political Science.Essay Competition. The Prairie Political Science Association sponsors an annual student essay competition. The same student paper may not be submitted to more than one of the following categories. Categories. Best paper submitted by an undergraduate on any topic; 2020 Winner: Best paper submitted by a graduate student on any topic.
Undergraduate Essay Prizes and Competitions The following pages contain information about our Essay Prizes run for Lower and Upper 6th Students internationally, including how to apply.
Annual essay competition, giving pupils in Year 12 (or equivalent) an opportunity to apply their knowledge and skills creatively by writing a short essay on a specific theme. The Staton Essay Prize focuses on the Humanities, reflecting our specialism in teaching and research.
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: Corpus Classics Essay Competition; Fitzwilliam Ancient World Essay Competition; Girton Humanities Writing Competition.
Writing contest Our essay competition for young people. What fundamental economic and political change, if any, is needed for an effective response to climate change?
Our annual essay competition raises rare disease awareness and highlights patient challenges among the doctors and researchers of tomorrow Modern healthcare headlines are dominated by cancer, diabetes, and the obesity crisis, leaving little room for the plethora of rare genetic conditions that affect patients worldwide.
An essay competition has been inaugurated in honour of Professor Vernon Bogdanor, Tutor in Politics. The competition, established by Jeff Rosensweig, a former student of Professor Bogdanor's, is open to any student of Brasenose College. Jeff Rosensweig is an American who attended Brasenose on a British Marshall Scholarship.
The competition is open to any student currently enrolled as an undergraduate in the School of Global Studies at the University of Sussex. The essay should be between 2000 and 3500 words in length (excluding references), on any topic related to gender, feminism and political economy.
The ISRF and the Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour (JTSB) intend to award a prize of EUR 7,000 for the best essay on a topic within the area of social behaviour and its investigation. THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED. Essays selected for the shortlist by the Editors and the ISRF will be judged by a joint ISRF-JTSB academic panel (the ISRF Essay Prize Committee).
Academic competitions for schools and colleges 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.
Off About the competition. The Sheffield Philosophy Essay Prize is an annual competition for Years 10, 11 and 12. The aims of this prize are threefold: firstly, to widen interest in philosophy and in studying philosophy at university level among students who would not otherwise be exposed to the subject; secondly, to encourage ambitious and talented secondary school students considering.
As part of the initiative we are holding five essay contests, based on the five Open Future themes (Borders, Ideas, Markets, Society and Progress). Each contest is open to people between 16 and 25.