The Sheffield Philosophy Essay Prize is an annual competition for Years 10, 11 and 12. The aims of this prize are threefold: firstly, to widen interest in philosophy and in studying philosophy at university level among students who would not otherwise be exposed to the subject; secondly, to.
The Sheffield Philosophy Essay Prize is an annual competition for Years 10, 11 and 12. Students are invited to submit an essay on a topic of their choice from the list of questions. The competition is open to all students, whatever subject they are studying.For anyone teaching philosophy at A-level. God and the Good: Thinking Religion and Ethics. A series of interdisciplinary talks at Sheffield Cathedral, intended for a general audience. The series will consider the relation between religious thinking and traditions on the one hand, and ethics on the other. Thought Experiment Competition.The Sheffield Philosophy Essay Prize is an annual competition for Years 10, 11 and 12, aimed at introducing secondary school students to the study of philosophy. Philosophy essay competition The University of Sheffield.
Instructions for entrants and essay questions are provided for the Kelvin, Thomas Campion and Vellacott prizes on the lefthand side as attachments. There is also an FAQ page for entrants and their teachers, as well as a guide for teachers on how to use our online system to run an internal competition within school and how to approve or modify essays.
The Sheffield Philosophy Essay Prize is an annual competition for Years 10, 11 and 12. The aims of this prize are threefold: firstly, to widen interest in philosophy and in studying philosophy at university level among students who would not otherwise be exposed to the subject; secondly, to encourag.
The Philosophy Essay Prize is open to Year 12 or Lower 6th students. The aim of the Prize is to encourage able sixth formers to pursue their interest in Philosophy, with the hope that they will be encouraged to read this or related subjects at University. Candidates are invited to submit an essay of between 2,000 and 4,000 words.
The essay competitions for Ancient World and Classics, Archaeology, and Land Economy have now closed for 2020. We are also running an Architecture design competition. The deadline for entries is midnight 11 May 2020. The Architecture design brief can be found at the following link, as well as more.
Several Cambridge colleges run essay competitions related to Classics, for students in year 12. Whether you are planning to apply to Cambridge or not, we encourage you to get involved. Follow the links for further information: Corpus Classics Essay Competition; Fitzwilliam Ancient World Essay Competition; Girton Humanities Writing Competition.
Philosophy essay competition - Philosophy - The University of Sheffield The competition is open now and closes on at midnight on Friday 30 March 2018. Students in Years 10, 11 or 12 in the UK are invited to submit an essay of around 1,000 words (but not more than 1,500 words) on one of the topics below.
Academic competitions for schools and colleges Several colleges and departments of the University of Oxford run competitions which are open to students from schools and colleges. Preparing an entry for one of these competitions is a valuable experience for academically motivated students, so please do encourage your students to enter.
Girton’s Humanities Writing Competition is for students in Year 12 (or equivalent) who have an interest in the Humanities. Students will submit an essay based on one or more objects selected from the College’s small antiquities museum, the Lawrence Room. This competition is an opportunity for research and writing beyond the curriculum using.
Pupils intending to apply to study Religious Studies, Theology or Philosophy at university would do well to enter an essay competition. This is particularly true of those who would like to apply for Oxbridge. Below you will find a brief overview of some of the current competitions with key relevant details.
The Philsoc Student Essay Prize. Philsoc instituted this essay competition in the Hilary term 2012. Its objective is to promote a serious interest in philosophy by encouraging and stimulating students who participate in Oxford University's Department of Continuing Education (OUDCE) philosophy on-line courses and weekly attended classes.
Robson History Prize The Robson History Prize is an annual competition for Year 12 or Lower 6th students. The Prize was established in 2007 in memory of the historian Robert Robson, who was for many years a Fellow and Tutor at Trinity.
I'd be able to write the essay after my exams so it wouldn't interfere with them and I think I'd find it interesting, it's just a question of whether these sorts of competitions actually help with applications at all, particularly as I can't apply to Oxford (they don't do my course).
Additionally the Senior essay winner will be in with the chance of winning an iPad for the competition’s best overall entry. The four runners-up (two from each age category) from the Essay competition will have their essays published online on HART’s website. The essays must be entirely your own work.
The most common type of writing competitions on our list are short story competitions, but we also feature opportunities for poetry, flash fiction, essays, and full manuscripts. We hope there is something here to satisfy every taste :) We try to keep this list as up-to-date as possible.