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Prizes

Prizes and Awards

The College awards a number of prizes each year.  Candidates are nominated by Tutors and nominations are ratified by the Tutorial Committee.  The Prizes Tutor convenes the PhD awards for all students successfully completing their PhD.   The names of Prize winners are notified to the Development office for inclusion in the Edition and are reported to Council via the Tutorial Committee.

The following awards are made in June and July:

The College Prize is awarded to all students achieving a First in a Tripos exam.

Alumni Award

This award is made possible by the generosity of the Alumni Society and is given for acts of supererogation in the College Community.  The award is given at the Alumni Society Graduands’ Reception in June. (Date)

Dean’s Award

Up to four of these awards are made to recognise acts of supererogation in the College Community.   Recipients are written to over the summer.

St Edmund’s College Martlet Award for Achievement

Up to four Martlet Awards are made in recognition of personal achievement.

The Robin Chatterjee Prize for the highest mark in the MPhil in Finance or Financial Research (this is awarded at the reception of the July Graduation Ceremony)

The following awards for academic excellence are announced in November:

The Kenneth Emsley Prize for History and related subjects (graduates)

The Kenneth Emsley Prize for Natural Sciences or Mathematics (graduates)

The Toby Jackman Prize for the most outstanding PhD in any subject except Economics

The James Claydon Prize for the most outstanding PhD in Economics or related subjects

The James Claydon Prize in Economics or related subjects (MPhil, Diploma or Tripos)

The John Coventry Prize in Theology or related subjects (graduates or undergraduates)

The Boniface Prize for the highest mark in the final MB exam (Medicine)

The Lemaître Prize for the highest mark in the Mathematics Tripos

The John CB Chau Prize in Engineering for the highest mark in Engineering (undergraduates and graduates)