The Trinity Term 2020 Schools’ Writing Competition is open! It is on the theme: A scientific discovery, invention or advance that still affects the world today. For a chance to win a prize and have your piece published in The Oxford Scientist, send us your thoughts as a 700-word essay by Friday 1 st May.
We are pleased to announce the winners of the Trinity Term 2019 Oxford Scientist national school science writing competition! Through our science writing competitions, we hope to encourage school students to think about science outside of the classroom, and give them the opportunity to explore their own scientific interests in a creative way.
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. There are also.
Did you know that a huge number of Oxford and Cambridge colleges host essay competitions for Year 12 students? Write about a subject you are interested in, develop abilities for independent research and thought in your potential course of application.
Entering an essay in our competition can build knowledge, and refine skills of argumentation. It also gives students the chance to have their work assessed by experts. All of our essay prizes are judged by senior academics from the University of Oxford.
She was the 3rd woman at Oxford to achieve a 1st in Chemistry and was often seen cycling through the cobbled streets with sets of cosine and sine functions overflowing from her bag. Follow in Dorothy’s footsteps with our Science Essay Competition. The Caroline Club has curated an essay competition to stimulate your passion for scientific.
The Oxford Scientist School Writing Competition. The Trinity Term 2020 Schools’ Writing Competition is open! It is on the theme: A scientific discovery, invention or advance that still affects the world today. For a chance to win a prize and have your piece published in The Oxford Scientist, send us your thoughts as a 700-word essay by Friday.
For many years, Peterhouse has been proud to organise the Vellacott History essay competition and the Kelvin Science essay competition was set up in 1999 to try to duplicate its success. In 2008 we instituted the Thomas Campion English essay competition, kindly funded by the Friends of Peterhouse.
Welcome to the RCSU Science Challenge The Science Challenge is the Royal College of Science Union's (RCSU) annual science communication competition. Requiring entrants to demonstrate their skills in scientific debate and reasoning, the Science Challenge tests the ability of today's young scientists to teach the public about the science that affects their lives.
THE OXFORD SCIENTIST WRITING COMPETITION Designed for budding Science writers in the UK about to enter into year 11, year 12 or year 13, this prize entails writing a 700 word article on a stated theme. Winners have their work published in The Oxford Science magazine along with other prizes.
The Weston-Smith Physical Sciences Essay Prize and The Biological Sciences Essay Prize. The Newnham Science Prizes may be of particular interest to those studying Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics or Geography but we welcome entries from interested students studying any combination of subjects.
Corpus Christi College was founded in 1517 as a centre for new learning in the University of Oxford. Over five centuries its fellows and students have striven to advance their understanding and to think in new ways. Today Corpus remains a close-knit, humane, and welcoming college, committed to the pursuit of academic excellence.
Welcome to Corpus Christi College. Corpus Christi College was founded in 1517 as a centre for new learning in the University of Oxford. Over five centuries its fellows and students have striven to advance their understanding and to think in new ways.
It is a great idea to enter a competition in an area that you enjoy or are good at whilst at school. If you win or are placed this is excellent, but even if you don’t it demonstrates commitment, interest, drive and immediately differentiates you from others. It also looks good on your UCAS form.
Established in 1971, in memory of a St Hugh’s College alumna, the Julia Wood Prize is an annual History essay competition open to Sixth Form pupils who have not been in the Sixth Form of any school or college for a period of more than two years.
Essay Prize 2020. The Robinson College Essay Prize is open to all students currently in Year 12 (Lower Sixth, or equivalent) at a UK School. It is designed to give students the opportunity to develop and showcase their independent study and writing skills.
The winning essay is published on the College’s website. The Julia Wood Prize essay was published in History Today magazine, from 1994 until the last issue was published. Members of Oxford University now have e-access to the entire magazine, covering the first issue of 1951 to current content (through SOLO).
The Dukes Essay Prize Our essay competition, based on the famous past All Souls, Oxford entrance exam, tests students' ingenuity and originality. Poetry Together A nationwide scheme that brings young people and old people together to share in the joy of learning poetry by heart.
The Poetry of Science Competition is still going ahead, with two amendments. We have broadened the competition so it is now open to children across the UK, and all entries must be made electronically. Can you write a terrific scientific poem? Then enter the IF Oxford 2020 Poetry of Science Competition for a chance to win some fantastic prizes!