Dean's Awards

School of Humanities Dean’s Awards 2018

The awards are open to all Level 6 students studying in the School of Humanities on the following programmes: Humanities programme, Joint Honours & CATS programme, Mass Communications programme.

The Dean's Award categories and descriptors are listed below. The judging panel will be looking for a clearly articulated statement with supporting evidence of the student's achievement, commitment and success in the category.

Nomination are now open, click here to make your nomination.

Closing date: 1 June 2018.

Outstanding Engagement with Extracurricular Activities – self nomination

This award recognises a student’s achievement in other areas undertaken at the University such as sport, journalism, performing arts and other societies.

Contribution to life of the School – staff nomination

This award recognises the contribution made by a student to the School of Humanities or to a cohort or activity within the School.

Impact through charity or community work - self nomination

This award recognises the impact of a student’s charity or community work undertaken inside or outside the University.

Commitment to global awareness and understanding - self nomination

This award recognises a student’s commitment to global awareness and understanding demonstrated through study or placement abroad, working with international students or any project work undertaken as part of their studies.

Transformation through work experience – self nomination

This award recognises a student who has developed employability skills and knowledge through part-time work, placement, internship, business competitions or client/School projects.

New for 2018 – Awards for postgraduate students

Outstanding achievement by a student on a taught MA programme in the School of Humanities – staff nomination

This award recognises the outstanding achievement of student on a taught MA programme in the School of Humanities who has made a distinctive contribution to work in the relevant field. It rewards originality, insight and rigour, and excellence in independent research and initiative beyond the taught programme.

Outstanding achievement by a Research Degree student in the School of Humanities – staff nomination

This award recognises the achievement of a Research Degree student in the School of Humanities who has contributed significantly to the research culture of the School by increasing the visibility of their research project as well as their field in general. It rewards high quality dissemination and outstanding engagement within the School and beyond.