oxford history essay competition 2013

the authors permission) on the Institute website. There is a prize for the best essay in each subject category, Philosophy, Politics, Economics and History, provided the entries submitted are of a sufficiently high quality in the opinion of the judges.

2018 1st Prize: Miss Jennifer Smith (Aldridge School) 2nd Prize: Mr Dylan Clarke (Lutterworth College) 2017 1st Prize: Mr Alex Vinen (Westminster School) 2nd Prize: Miss Anna Brady (Sheringham Sixth Form) 2016 1st Prize: Miss Alexa Stanger (St Pauls Girls School) 2nd Prize: Mr Luke Hallam (Durham Johnston Comprehensive. Entering an essay in our competition can build knowledge, and refine skills of argumentation. Humphreys (Bolitho Sixth Form College).

Submissions must be received by the deadline of midnight on 1 July each year. Entries must be accompanied by an official. In addition to the subject prizes, the candidate who submits the best essay first literature essay overall will be awarded an honourary John Locke Institute Junior Fellowship, worth 250. Entries now open, twentieth Century British History tCBH ) is pleased to sponsor an annual Essay Prize. THE competition rules, word limit: maximum of 10,000 words, closing date for submissions: 1 November 2018, the competition is open to anyone currently registered for a higher research degree, or who completed one no earlier than October 2017. The judges will choose their favourite essay from each subject category and an overall best essay across the four subjects: Philosophy, Politics, Economics and History.

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