$150 book and cash subject to funds available
No application required
This prize arises from a bequest in 1953 under the will of the late Siegfried Eichelbaum, one of the early graduates of the Victoria University of Wellington and a member of the Council from 1923 until the time of his death.
It is for the best student in the School of European Languages, other than French.
This prize arises from a bequest of £1,000 in 1953 under the will of the late Siegfried Eichelbaum, one of the early graduates of the Victoria University of Wellington and a member of the Council from 1923 until the time of his death.
1. No student shall be awarded both the Eichelbaum and the Von Zedlitz Prizes in the same year.
2. The prize shall be offered annually and shall be awarded to the student judged by the Heads of Sections teaching European languages to be the best student in any European language taught at the University, other than French, provided that if in any year there should not be a student of a modern foreign language other than French worthy of the award, the Prize may be awarded to a student of French, judged by the Head of the School of European Languages to be worthy of the award.
3. The value of the prize in any year shall be determined by the Academic Board after consideration of the income from the fund and the number of prize winners.
4. Part of the prize money shall be spent on a book, or books.
5. If in any year the whole of the income from the fund is not expended the balance may be used in a subsequent year or, if the Academic Board so decides, may be added to the capital fund.