Prize details

NZIIA (Wellington) Prize in International Relations

Value:

$150

Closing date:

No application required

Eligibility

This prize was established at Victoria University in 2014 by the New Zealand Institute of International Relations (Wellington branch). Its purpose is to encourage and recognise undergraduate excellence in the study of International Relations, consistent with the Institute's long-standing commitment to enhancing New Zealanders' understanding of international issues.

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This prize was established at Victoria University of Wellington in 2014 by the New Zealand Institute of International Affairs (Wellington branch). Its purpose is to encourage and recognise undergraduate excellence in the study of international relations, consistent with the Institute's long-standing commitment to enhancing New Zealanders' understanding of international issues.

1. The prize shall be known as the NZIIA (Wellington) Prize in International Relations.

2. The prize shall be awarded annually to the student in the Political Science and International Relations Programme who, in the year of the award, has completed the best essay in the first year course (INTP 113) on international relations.

3. The prize shall be awarded on the recommendation of the Head of the School of History, Philosophy, Political Science and International Relations in consultation with the academic staff and Head of Programme in Political Science and International Relations.

4. The prize shall be $150, payable to the successful recipient. In any given year the prize may be shared between a maximum of two students.

5. The names of the students awarded this prize shall be inscribed on the Honours Board at the premises of the School.

6. Recipients will be asked to write a letter of appreciation which will be forwarded to the donor.
International Relations.