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The Vice-Chancellor's Prize is awarded to the students submitting the top honours theses in each Faculty, including a creative production and exegesis honours work. The work may be submitted as part of any assessment for a program of study, or may be prepared specifically for the prize.
Selection will be based on academic merit. The four Honours students with the highest academic record in each Faculty will be invited to apply.
Up to eight prizes are conferred each year, two from each Faculty. Each prize consists of $1,000 and a commemorative plaque, and will be presented at one of the annual graduation ceremonies. An appropriate endorsement is also made on each student's academic record.
Nominees will receive an invitation to apply for a Vice-Chancellor's Prize. An application form will be included with the letter of invitation.
Application forms must be returned to the Secretary of the Student Prizes and Awards Subcommittee (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 5 pm on Friday, 13 December 2013.