The Undergraduate Awards of Ireland and Northern Ireland is now open for submissions for 2010.
First round deadline, March 12th, is approaching fast!
2009 participants and winners had the opportunity to meet President Mary McAleese, Sir Peter Sutherland, Senator Chris Dodd, Minister Eamon Ryan, Senator David Norris, Ryan Tubridy and more.
This year the Awards are now open to undergraduates in your institution enrolled in degree level courses in the academic year 09/10. We are open to submissions in the form of an essay/project which can be entered into one of 26 categories.
The submissions deadline for round one closes on 12th March. This round is especially for final and penultimate year students together with part-time students who have secured at least 1/3 of credits necessary to graduate.
We would be very grateful if you could inform your students that we are now open for submissions and to check out the website for further information http://www.uaireland.com
WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT US:
These awards encourage our top undergraduates to believe in the validity of their work and in their entitlement to a public place of respect within scholarly discourse. President Mary McAlleese
This initiative should act as a stimulus for engagement at a high level by undergraduates. Sir Peter Sutherland, Chairman Goldman Sachs
Excellent education is the cornerstone of any competitive and smart economy, the Awards underpin this. Jim Barry, Chief Executive NTR and Chairman UAINI
These Awards provide an ideal opportunity for new ideas and leaders to emerge. Michael Kelly, Chairman of the Higher Education Authority
View 2009 Winners: http://www.uaireland.com/2009-edition/2009-winners