We developed our Medical Sciences Category to incorporate other health disciplines, such as dentistry and veterinary science, alongside Medicine and Medical Science. Pre- Med students can also submit to this category. The category was first introduced in 2012.
Law has been a category at The Undergraduate Awards since its inaugural year.
This category is for undergraduate students of Law and Pre-Law. Entrants must submit an abstract of between 100-300 words long, and the word count is 2,500 – 5,000 words.
Engineering has been a category at The Undergraduate Awards since its inaugural year.
This category is open to all students of Engineering, including those of Computer and Systems Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering, Quantity Surveying, Construction, Built Environment and more.
This category is for students of Philosophy and Theology, including Ethics, Metaphysics, etc. Students of Religious Studies may also submit to Social Sciences: Anthropology & Cultural Studies, depending on the focus of their work.
Robin Trenbath, from the University of Manchester, was Highly Commended in 2016 for his paper "Bordering and Ordering: A Discursive Analysis of Power in Public Space".
The Computer Sciences category has been in The Undergraduate Awards since its inaugural year.
Students of all Computer Sciences disciplines, including Computer Systems, Coding Languages, Information Technology, Artificial Intelligence and more are eligible to submit works to the category.
The Architecture & Design category was first introduced at The Undergraduate Awards 2017.
Previously, students with work related to design could submit to the Visual Arts & Design category (now Visual Arts) but there was little opportunity for students of Architecture to submit to The Undergraduate Awards. We introduced this category to celebrate the work of students studying courses such as Architecture, Construction, Environmental Design, Interior Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Design, Product Design etc.
This year we are welcoming back Danné Ojeda as Judging Chair of the Visual Arts category.
Danné Ojeda is Associate Professor in the School of Art, Design and Media at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Danné Ojeda’ s work engages contemporary communication design, art practice and theory. She was a UNESCO research fellow at the Jan van Eyck Academy, Institute for Research and Production in Fine Art, Graphic Design and Theory, Maastricht, NL. In 2003, she founded d-file Graphic Design Studio in Amsterdam, from which she has mainly worked for and collaborated with cultural institutions that include the Singapore Art Museum (SAM), the Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore, the National Institute of Fine Arts, Mexico, among others. Danné has published, lectured on and curated exhibitions related to contemporary art and design. Her design works have been recognised with the Good Design Award (USA), Red Dot Design Award: Communication Design (DE), A’ Design Award (IT), among others. Her complete publications and exhibition design oeuvre commissioned by the Singapore Art Museum (SAM) was awarded with Asia’s Top Designers Award, Singapore Design Award 2014.
Kyra Reynolds was the Global Winner of the Agriculture and Environmental Sciences category of The Undergraduate Awards(UA) 2013 with her paper on the history of ice sheets in Scotland thousands of years ago, "Fact or Fiction?- Debating Ice Sheet Existence in Scotland during the Windermere (Lateglacial) Interstadial". This paper highlights the potential lessons to be learned in relation to the impacts of climate change now and in the future, through analysing the past.
We here at The Undergraduate Awards(UA) recognise that there are distinct lack of awards programmes for undergraduate students. We know how much blood, sweat and tears go into your assignments and we're here so that you can have the opportunity to earn global recognition for outstanding coursework that would have fallen by the wayside as you progress into postgraduate studies and your respective careers.