Undergraduate History Essay

The tabs on this page will give you more details of what you need to send (if anything), how to send it, and the deadlines by which the work must be received.For those applying for courses starting in 2019, the written work deadline is 10 November.

This prize may be of particular interest to those currently studying Music or History, but we welcome entries from interested students studying any combination of subjects.

Entrants are invited to submit a response to any one of the questions set out in the ‘2018 Questions and Information’.

The Physical Sciences Prize is kindly sponsored by Meg Weston-Smith, a scientist and author, who read Natural Sciences at Newnham.

Many of our courses require applicants to send in a sample of their written work as part of their application.

Entrants are invited to submit a response to any one of the questions set out in ‘2018 Questions & Information’ above, which should be between 1,500 and 2,500 words (including footnotes and captions).

All sources must be appropriately acknowledged and cited, and a bibliography – including websites consulted – should be attached (though excluded from the word count). The winning entries from previous competitions can be found above and may be useful as you decide how to answer your chosen question.Winners of the History Essay Prize 2019 1st Prize: Francoise Dyer 2nd Prize: Kirsty Tennant Joint 3rd Prize: Ines Mubgar-Spencer Joint 3rd Prize: Ava Smith Highly Commended Shaima Begum Stella Horrell Ruby Levy Flora Mc Intyre This prize may be of particular interest to those currently studying languages, but we welcome entries from interested students studying any combination of subjects.Entrants are invited to submit a response to any one of the questions set out in the ‘2018 Questions and Information’. Winners of the Modern and Medieval Languages Essay Prize 2019 Joint 1st Prize: Emily Coatsworth Joint 1st Prize: Natasha Festenstein 2nd Prize: Giulia Moretti 3rd Prize: Katie Pruden Highly Commended Lucy Allan-Jones Kitty Liu Commended Vidhi Kohli Izzy Lepine Niamh Sayers Xyla Taufaniska The Music Essay Prize is now in its second year.We welcome entries from interested students studying any combination of subjects.Each competition has a slightly different word limit, so please consult the questions and information sheet for each of the prizes. The submission deadline for all entries is midday on Friday 8 March 2019.Winners of the Philosophy Essay Prize 2019 1st Prize: Sharon Chau The Psychological and Behavioural Sciences Essay Prize is a new addition to our annual essay prizes.The prize may be of particular interest to those studying Biology, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Psychology, or Sociology, but we welcome entries from interested students studying any combination of subjects.However, it is to be noted that there are many angles from which to approach each question and those available here are only a limited sample.Good essays will present a clear argument using specific examples, but outside of this many different approaches are welcome.Winners of the Woolf Essay Prize 2019 1st Prize: Ariana Rubio 2nd Prize: Hollie Noble Joint 3rd Prize: Naomi Mc Keown Joint 3rd Prize: Clara Wittmann Highly Commended En-rei Soon Jess Steadman Commended Lydia Fontes Eleanor Grossel Saira Nabi Lottie Swainston The Computer Science Essay Prize is a new addition to our annual essay prizes.This prize may be of particular interest to those studying Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics, or Chemistry, but we welcome entries from interested students studying any combination of subjects.

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