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Godfrey and Sue Hall Postgraduate Research Student Prize

Nominate yourself to win the prize for best postgraduate research student of the year.

The Godfrey and Sue Hall Postgraduate Research Student Prize, previously known as the Ede and Ravenscroft Postgraduate Research Student Prize, is an annual award for the best postgraduate research student. This highly prestigious award was first awarded in 1991.

Nominate yourself

How to nominate yourself for the prize.


Nominations for the 2021 prize are now closed.

If you're a research student, you can nominate yourself for the prize using the nomination form. You will need to give details of your research work in terms that can be understood by a non-specialist reader.

You should then submit the form to your Head of Department or Head of Division in the School of Management, for shortlisting.


How the winner is chosen

When and how your nomination will be considered.


After the nomination deadline, Heads of Departments will consider all nominations and create a shortlist of up to three departmental nominations to put forward to the Prize Committee.

The Prize Committee will then meet in April to consider all shortlisted nominations from across the University and select a final shortlist of up to five finalists to attend a presentation event in May.

The Prize Committee is chaired by the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research) and includes the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Doctoral and International) and members of the faculties, School of Management and Doctoral College.


Prize

What you could get if you're selected as the winner.


The winner will receive £1,000 from Godfrey and Sue Hall. Finalists will receive a £50 voucher.


The winner of the 2021 prize

Find out who won the prize in 2021


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