Year Three Awards

Awards can be won each year by Undergraduate Students in Education and Psychology, in recognition of exceptional academic and intellectual achievements.

Accordingly, the following prizes can be won by Year Three BSc Education and Psychology undergraduates:

Highest Mark

  • Quantity: 3
  • Prize: £100

Three awards of £100 are made to the top three undergraduate students in each year.  These are based on the marks achieved on the BSc (Hons) Education and BSc (Hons) Education and Psychology programmes in Southampton Education School.

Most Improved

  • Quantity: 3
  • Prize: £100

Three awards of £100 are made to the three students with the most improved marks from Year 1 to Year 2 and from Year 2 to Year 3


Third Year Project Awards

If you choose to undertake an Empirical Project in Psychology, a range of awards can also be won:

BPS Wessex and Wight Branch Award (Tony Gale Memorial Award)

  • Quantity: 1

  • Prize: £150 and invitation to present at BPS Undergraduate Conference (upon submission of one-page synopsis for publication in Wessex Branch Bulletin)

The BPS Wessex and Wight Brance Award (Tony Gale Memorial Award) will be awarded to the Year Three student who achieves the highest mark for PSYC 3005 Empirical Project: Research Paper.

Blossom Galinski Awards

  • Quantity: 2 awards available

  • Prize: £100 per award

The two students who achieve the highest average marks for the PSYC3003 Empirical Paper: Literature Review and PSYC3005 Empirical Paper: Research Paper will be awarded £100 each. [See Minute of 20th June, 2005] (Excluding All Prizes Above)

Stephen MacKeith Award

  • Quantity: 1

  • Prize: £100

The student with the most original or imaginative Literature Review and Empirical Paper (PSYC3003 and PSYC3005) will be awarded the Stephen MacKeith Award. Special consideration given for topics to do with children’s imagination. A high mark is not necessarily required.

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