We recognise and celebrate exceptional student talent and contributions. Many awards are supported by key players in the sector.
Second year prizes
- Civil Engineering Association Prize - for the most significant contribution to the University bearing in mind academic, social and sporting achievements.
Overall performance prizes
- Asset Management Prize- £100 for the best overall performance in the field of asset management.
Third and fourth year prizes
- Brian Hawkins Prize - for 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.
- Hays Prize - for a graduating MEng student judged as having the best project performance in the third and/or fourth year.
- Institution of Civil Engineers' Prize - £250 for the best in performance in third and fourth years, with due regard to coursework and particular ability in civil engineering design.
- Water Engineering Prize - best overall performance in Water Engineering in third and fourth year, encompassing Water Resources Risk Management, Water Engineering 3 and the Water Resources Project.
Final year prizes
- Deloitte Haskins & Sells Prize - £40 for final year best performance in business and management studies.
- Hele Shaw Prize - £100 prize for final year student in any Department with a good academic or social record not otherwise covered.
- Institution of Structural Engineers' (Francis Memorial) Prize - for best performance in the final year in the field of structural engineering.
- South Western Association of the Institution of Civil Engineers' Prize - for the two most meritorious final year students, £100 to be spent on books of professional value.
- Wertheimer Memorial Prize - £100 for the final year student who is considered to have made the best contribution to the life of the Faculty and his/her fellow students.