Scholarships and Prizes 2002:
Physical Sciences


BURDETT-COUTTS PRIZE 2003

The Mathematical and Physical Sciences Divisional Board proposes to award the Burdett-Coutts Prize in Trinity Term 2003. The Prize, the value of which will probably be in the region of £450, will be awarded to the candidate (or, exceptionally, two candidates) who, having read Geology in the Honour School of Natural Science, not having exceeded twelve terms from matriculation, and having passed the examinations necessary for the degree of BA, is adjudged by the Standing Committee most worthy to receive it, taking into account performance in the Final Honour School.

The prize money is to be spent on travel, attendance at a conference, or some other purpose connected with the study of geology to be approved by the Professor of Geology.


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