Scholarships and prizes
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The Department recognises student excellence in each year of study by awarding of a number of prizes. These include:
Final year prizes
Deloitte Haskins & Sells Prize
The £40 prize is awarded to the student in the final year with the best performance in business and management studies.
- 2016: Leo Youngman
- 2015:Adam McNicholas
- 2014: Matt Poole
Hele Shaw Prize
The £100 prize is awarded to the student(s) in their final year in any Department with a good academic or social record not otherwise covered.
- 2016: Nitika Raja
- 2015: Kaveesh Abeysuriya
- 2014: Chris Kennedy
Institution of Structural Engineers' (Francis Memorial) Prize
The prize is awarded to the student with the best performance in the final year in the field of structural engineering.
- 2014: Tom Webster
South Western Association of the Institution of Civil Engineers' Prize
The prize is awarded to the two most meritorious students in the final year of the Civil Engineering course. A prize of £100 is available to each to be spent on books of professional value.
- 2016: Jessica Rosethorn and Jamie Lowe
- 2015: Joe van Koutrik and Oliver Jefferies
- 2014: Genan Binsariti and Billy Thurston
Wertheimer Memorial Prize
The £100 prize is awarded to a Final Year student who is considered to have made the best contribution to the life of the Faculty and of their fellow students.
- 2016: Anna Tiri
- 2015: Brittany Harris
- 2014: Matt Graham
Third and fourth year prizes
Brian Hawkins Prize
Awarded to the student with the best overall performance in Geotechnical Engineering in third and fourth year, encompassing Scheme Design 3, Design of Geotechnical Structures, Geotechnical Engineering Practice and Soil Structure Interaction.
- 2016: Henry Sia
This prize is awarded to a graduating MEng student judged as having the best project performance in their third and/or fourth year.
- 2016: Joshua Mudie
- 2015: Lena Adler
- 2014: Peter Christopher
Institution of Civil Engineers' Prize
This £250 prize is awarded to the student adjudged best in performance in third and fourth years, with due regard to coursework and particular ability in civil engineering design.
- 2016: Joshua Mudie
- 2015: Nicolaos Hadjipantelis
- 2014: Barney Dobson
Water Engineering Prize
Awarded to the student with the best overall performance in Water Engineering in third and fourth year, encompassing Water Resources Risk Management, Water Engineering 3 and the Water Resources Project.
- 2016: Max James
Second year prizes
Civil Engineering Association Prize
The prize is awarded to the second year student who has made the most significant contribution to the University bearing in mind academic, social and sporting achievements.
- 2014: Ana Tiri
Overall performance prizes
Asset Management Prize
A prize of £100 is awarded to the student with the best overall performance in the field of asset management.
- 2016: Lewis Hornby
- 2015: Jonathan Davies
Previous year's prizes
Reep Lintern Prize
The £500 prize is awarded to the best Civil Engineering Student in the final year.
2016: Stefanos Kythreotis
2015: Emily Anderson
2014: Tom Gardner