(For colleagues based in UK/Ireland only)


We have extended the deadline for the UG Essay Prize to 30 September.

The prize consists of a cheque for 50, and free admission to the Studies in French Cinema annual conference in the year following the award.

The conditions are as follows:
*       Essays receiving less than a mark of 80 should not be submitted.
*       The essay (written in English) must be no less than 2500 words long (notes and references included).
*       It must have been written by an undergraduate student registered at the time of submission at an institution of higher education in the United Kingdom or Ireland.
*       It must be submitted as an electronic file to the SFC office<mailto:[log in to unmask]> by the student's supervisor.
*       The supervisor should state what mark was achieved, confirm the originality of the essay, and the date of its first submission.
*       The file should not contain any assessor comments.
*       The student's name and institution should not appear anywhere on the essay.

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Phil Powrie
Professor of Cinema Studies
Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Human Sciences
University of Surrey
GU2 7XH

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Webpage: http://www.surrey.ac.uk/fahs/people/phil_powrie/index.htm
Studies in French Cinema: http://surrey.ac.uk/fahs/research/sfc
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