The Undergraduate Awards – Make sure your application shines
FAO - Final Year and Penultimate Year Students
The 2015 Undergraduate Awards is an international awards programme open to all undergraduate students in their penultimate or final year in a degree course, as well as 2014 graduates, from all disciplines.
The deadline for the 2015 Awards is May 29th.
Help with your application
To help make sure your application shines, we have organised for lecturers in the University to give a workshop on preparing a strong application. These lecturers have judged the Undergraduate Awards before.
You are invited to attend the session that best applies to your area of study:
Applying for The Undergraduate Awards
Candidates can apply with any piece of individual undergraduate coursework which received a 2.1 or higher (A-grade equivalent).
You can submit a maximum of 3 papers/projects. There are 25 different categories which you should review to find the one most suited for your submission:
Dr Pat Morgan
Vice-President for the Student Experience
National University of Ireland Galway
We’ve had a number of enquiries from people who have received an email from Blackboard with the subject Blackboard profile inactivity.
Please don’t panic if you get one of these emails. It just means that you haven’t accessed your social profile on Blackboard within the past year. It does not mean that you are locked out of Blackboard.
You can choose to completely ignore and delete the email, without any affect to your Blackboard account.
For more information about these emails, and an explanation of social profiles, visit our Blackboard blog.
Why take the survey?
As you end your studies in NUI Galway this year, we hope you will take the time to tell us about your experiences in using technology as part of your learning - both what you liked and what you think could be improved. We will use this information to better understand your experiences, and use it to help inform change.
Take our survey here: https://vovici.com/wsb.dll/s/2e2cg5809d
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The survey is run by the Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT) and you and your answers will remain anonymous at all times.
Students - Don't forget to enter your e-mail address at the end of the survey if you want to participate in the draw for the several One For All vouchers worth €20.