Scholarships and Prizes 2002:
ELLERTON THEOLOGICAL ESSAY PRIZE 2003
The prize is offered annually for the best English essay on some doctrine or duty of
the Christian religion
or on any other theological subject approved by the judges.
The prize is open to all members of the University who, on the day fixed for the
submission of essays, shall not have
exceeded thirty terms from their matriculation, provided that candidates holding a degree of
another university at
the time of their matriculation shall not have exceeded twenty-one terms from their
matriculation. Previous Ellerton
prize-winners may not offer themselves as candidates. The value of the prize is £500.
Essays (which should not exceed 10,000 words in length) should be sent to Mrs E.A.
Divisional Office, 34 St Giles', Oxford OX1 3LH before Monday, 21 April
2003. Candidates must
submit titles for approval by the judges through Mrs Macallister not later than
Friday, 16 November
2002. Candidates for the Honour Schools of Theology or Philosophy and Theology
who are eligible to
compete for the prize and who are submitting extended essays as part of the final honour
school in the year for which
the prize is offered can submit for the prize, subject to confirmation (which should be sought
from the judges by the
above date) that the subject of that honour school essay falls within the rubric for the prize.
DENYER AND JOHNSON
(SEPTUAGINT GRINFIELD LECTURERSHIP)