During the day, seven prizes were handed out to students that excelled during their time studying our International Relations, Politics and History programmes. Each programme awarded a Dissertation Prize to one student. In addition, there was a John Waller Prize and the School of Social Sciences and Humanities Community Prize. Prizes were awarded to:
- Tomasz Cendrowski - SSH Community Prizes: IRPH: Part C
- Rhianna Eberlein - John Waller Prize for the Dissertation in History
- Nyasha Mukonoweshuro - Dissertation Prize: History and Politics
- Emma Caves - Dissertation Prize: International Relations
- Jonty Cottam - Dissertation Prize: Politics, Philosophy and Economics
- Kieran Henderson - Dissertation Prize: Politics, Philosophy and Economics
- Satine Hoang - Dissertation Prize: Politics and International Relations
The International Relations, Politics and History Dissertation Prize is awarded to the student(s) who receive the highest marks in their dissertation module.
A prize to the value of £250, The John Waller Prize is awarded to one undergraduate student with the highest mark in a history dissertation.
The School of Social Sciences and Humanities Community Prize is a prize to the value of £50 to a final-year International Relations, Politics and History student who is judged to have made an exceptional extra-curricular contribution to the discipline, School, University or wider community.