European Studies Undergraduate Project Prize Nomination

The European Studies Undergraduate Project Prize is given for the best research paper written in English on any subject in European Studies as part of an undergraduate university degree program. Designed to encourage interest and collaborative, interdisciplinary work in the field of European Studies, projects that incorporate another discipline and a second contributor are strongly encouraged.  


Eligibility


Each nominated project must meet the following criteria:


o be a paper authored or co-authored by undergraduate student(s) in the field of European Studies;
o be in the 4,000-6,000 word range, with a maximum word count of 8,000;
o be written in English;
o be the work of one author, or the collaborative work of two authors, or the collaborative work of one author and one artist. Collaborative, co-authored projects incorporating various disciplines are strongly encouraged.
o be authored by a student, or students, of an institution that is a member of the CES Academic Consortium.

About Nominator

About Nominee(s)


About Project

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Nominations may be submitted by the author(s), and must be accompanied by a digital copy of the nominated project, attached to this form (above) or e-mailed to the Council for European Studies at awards@ces-europe.org. Submissions on paper will not be accepted.