Funding - competition

Closed calls

02/2011 - Student essay competition - 2011

Student essay publication

Question: What's the best learning experience you have ever engaged in, and why?

The Prize: Give us your thoughts in an essay of around 1000 words and you could win £300. The winner will also be invited to attend (all expenses paid) the Higher Education Academy’s 2-day Annual Conference which will be held in Nottingham from 5-6 July 2011 Higher Education Academy conference.

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01/2010 - Student essay competition - 2010

The Prize: Give us your thoughts in an essay of around 1000 words and you could win £300. The winner will also be invited to attend (all expenses paid) the Higher Education Academy’s 2-day Annual Conference which will be held in Hertfordshire from 22-23 June 2010 Higher Education Academy conference.

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01/2009 - Student essay competition - 2009

The Subject Centre is pleased to present the winning essay from the 2009 Subject Centre Student Essay Competition.

This year MEDEV invited students to submit an essay entitled "Suggest feedback methods and explain how they would help you progress on your course." The first prize was an iPOD touch and 3 runners up were presented with book tokens. The winner was also invited to attend (all expenses paid) the Higher Education Academy’s 3-day Annual Conference.

The winning essay was produced by Richard Timms who is studying for a BSc in Medical Sciences and Humanities at Swansea University.

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01/2007 - Student essay competition - 2007

The Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for Medicine, Dentistry & Veterinary Medicine is offering students the chance to submit their thoughts in an essay (of around 1,000 words).

Question: What advice would you give students following your course?

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Staff Competition

Unfortunately, due to the current financial climate, the Excellence in Learning and Teaching competition for staff will not be running in 2010. Future competitions will be announced in the MEDEV eBulletin. If you have any further queries, or would like to receive the eBulletin, please email enquiries@medev.ac.uk

 
 
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Faculty of Medical Sciences, Newcastle University, NE2 4HH

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