The Undergraduate awards
The University of Leeds is affiliated to the Undergraduate Awards. The world’s largest international academic awards programme, the Undergraduate Awards recognises innovation and excellence at undergraduate level.
The University of Leeds is affiliated to the Undergraduate Awards. The worlds largest international academic awards programme, the Undergraduate Awards recognises innovation and excellence at undergraduate level. Cited as the ultimate champion for high-potential undergraduates, UA identifies leading creative thinkers through their undergraduate coursework and provides top performing students with the support, network and opportunities they require to raise their profiles and further their career paths.
Have your work recognised on a global stage
The Undergraduate Awards received 5,514 papers from undergraduates in 244 institutions and 121 nationalities in 2015-16. The programme creates the opportunity for students to have their undergraduate work published, and recognised as world-leading. Winners are eligible to attend a global summit in Dublin in November of each year.
Who can apply?
The Undergraduate Awards programme is open to full-time undergraduate students from all disciplines in their penultimate and final year of a degree course. Part-time students who are studying an undergraduate degree may also take part in awards, on the condition that they have completed two-thirds of their course.
What work can be submitted?
The Undergraduate Awards 2017 programme is open to all penultimate and final year undergraduate students in a degree course, as well as those who graduated in 2016, from all disciplines. We invite students to enter both outstanding academic papers and research, as well as visual arts portfolios using our online forms.
When is the deadline?
13 June 2017
Support from the University of Leeds
If you intend to submit or would like further support from the University please register here
Successful University of Leeds Students
University of Leeds Students were highly successful in 2016