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The Physiological Society Undergraduate Prize for Physiology (£100)

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The Physiological Society Undergraduate Prize for Physiology (£100)

Awarded to the best final year student in Physiology.


The Principal’s Prize (formerly the Twinned Pharmacy Prize) (£150)

Awarded annually to the student with the best overall performance in the collaborative MPharm degree course.


Reid Birrell Prize (up to 4, each of £225)

Founded in 1930 by the bequest of William Reid Birrell of Glasgow, this prize is one of up to four prizes awarded annually to students in the third or fourth year who have shown overall distinction in naval architecture subjects.


RINA-BAE Systems Prize (£250)

Awarded to the student judged to have presented and defended in public the best fourth year project in the Department of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering.


Professor Patrick D Ritchie Prize (£110)

Founded in 1983 in memory of Professor Patrick D Ritchie, Young Professor of Chemistry in the University of Strathclyde from 1950 to 1972. Awarded annually on the recommendation of the Chairman of the Department of Pure and Applied Chemistry to the PhD candidate who presents the thesis which best combines excellence of scientific work with quality of presentation. The prize may be withheld in any year if no thesis of sufficient merit is submitted.


Miss E M Rosenfeld Bursary

Founded in 1979 under the will of the late Miss Eva Maria Rosenfeld of Glasgow, who died in March 1979. Awarded by the Head of the School of Pharmacy to students ‘of average ability and diligence' in the Departments of Pharmaceutical Sciences or of Physiology and Pharmacology, who do not receive special scholarships and whose Government grants are not sufficient to cover their living expenses.


RoweCom Prize (£100)

Founded in 1988 by Wm Dawson and Sons Ltd. Awarded on the recommendation of the Head of Department of Computer and Information Sciences to the student registered for the MSc in Information and Library Studies submitting the best dissertation.


The Royal Pharmaceutical Society Glasgow and West of Scotland Branch Prize

Awarded to the student with the best overall performance in the MPharm degree course and registerable as a pharmacist in Great Britain.


The Royal Pharmaceutical Society Science Committee Prize

Awarded to a distinguished student in Pharmaceutical Sciences in the final year of the MPharm degree course and registerable as a pharmacist in Great Britain.


2Scottish Association of Master Bakers Prize (£18)

Awarded to a meritorious student in the Department of Bioscience working in the area of Food Science.


The John Smith Prize (£100 John Smith Gift Vouchers)

Provided by John Smith and Son Bookshops to be awarded annually to the Student who produces the best dissertation on a topic related to the publishing and information distribution sector in the Department of Computer and Information Sciences.


Fred Stern Memorial Prize

Founded in 1978 by students and friends as a tribute to the memory of Dr Fred Stern, Lecturer in the Royal College of Science and Technology from 1957 to 1964, and in the University of Strathclyde from 1964 to his death in 1977. Awarded, on the nomination of the Head of the Department of Physics, to students in that Department who have exceptionally distinguished themselves, either by attainment or improvement. The prize money shall be used for a purpose proposed by the recipient, and agreed by the Head of Department, but this shall always include a suitable book. The amount of the prize shall be determined by the Head of Department, by reference to the accumulated value of the endowment at the time.


Syngenta Prize for Preparative Chemistry (£200)

Founded by Zeneca Agrochemicals, Grangemouth, this prize is awarded to a final year student for excellence shown in Preparative Chemistry as judged by their performance in a preparative based research project.


2James Taylor Prizes (seven: £31.50)

Founded in 1946 under Deed of Covenant by Messrs James Taylor (Trongate) Limited.


Awarded to a distinguished student in the final year of the MPharm degree course on the recommendation of the Head of the School of Pharmacy.
Awarded to a distinguished student in the third year of the MPharm degree course on the recommendation of the Head of School of Pharmacy.
Awarded to a distinguished student in the third year of the MPharm degree course on the recommendation of the Head of the School of Pharmacy whose performance in the combined classes Drugs and Disease 2 and 3 is judged to be most meritorious.
Awarded to a distinguished student in the third year of the MPharm degree course on the recommendation of the Head of the School of Pharmacy whose performance in the combined classes Pharmacy Practice 2 and 3 is judged to be most meritorious.
Awarded to a distinguished student in the second year of the MPharm degree course on the recommendation of the Head of the School of Pharmacy.
Awarded to a distinguished student in the second year of the MPharm degree course on the recommendation of the Head of the School of Pharmacy whose performance in the combined classes Physical Pharmacy and Biopharmacy 2 is judged to be most meritorious.
Awarded to a distinguished student in the first year of the MPharm degree course on the recommendation of the Head of the School of Pharmacy.

Richard Thornely Memorial Prize

Founded in 1987 to the memory of Dr F R Thornley, lecturer in the University of Strathclyde from 1976 to his death in 1987. Awarded, on the nomination of the Head of the Department of Physics, to a third or fourth year undergraduate in the Department of Physics for written work dealing with a specific problem in Physics or Applied Physics, whose solution has social, moral philosophical, cultural, or technological implications. The work will be judged on both the discussion of these implications and on the depth of scientific understanding.


Wyndham Williams Prize in Mathematics (£20)

Founded in 1978 by the former School of Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science as a memorial to Mr Wyndham Williams, a Lecturer in the Department of Mathematics from 1946 to 1976. Awarded annually on the recommendation of the Chairman of the Department of Mathematics to the student who achieves the best performance in first year Mathematics in a course in which the principal subject is other than Mathematics.


Conway Wood Prize (£15 in books)

With the demise of the BSc in Horticulture and the end of this Faculty’s direct relationship with the Scottish Agricultural College it is clear that the future of this award must be reviewed. It is proposed that this matter be placed in the hands of the Scottish Agricultural College.

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Agilent Technologies Prize (£100)

Founded in 1984 to help foster liaison between industry and the University. Two prizes of a value up to £50 each of a technical book or calculator awarded to meritorious students:


(a) at the end of the third year of the BEng course in Electronic and Electrical Engineering;

(b) at the end of the third year of the BEng or BSc course in Information Engineering

(c) at the end of the third year of the BSc course in Computer Science (or of one of the cognate courses where Computer Science is the principal subject of study)

(d) at the end of the fourth year of the MEng course in Manufacturing Sciences and Engineering.


Aker-Kvaerner Offshore Partners Ltd Prize (Group Prize £250)

Instituted in 1999 by Kvaerner Limited and awarded annually, on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Chemical and Process Engineering, to the First Year Chemical Engineering student group which demonstrates innovation and a high degree of competence in addressing the remit of the Process Analysis group project and scores the highest points overall.


ASSA Prize for Best DMP Student (£50 book token)

Awarded annually to the best Design Management and Practice submission by an MArch student within the Department of Architecture.


Daniel Allan Bursary (£1,250)

Founded in 1989 under the will of the late Daniel Allan, alumnus of the Royal Technical College. Awarded on the recommendation of the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering to a member of the University to support travel or maintenance or the purchase of equipment, all in relation to research in the practical field of Mechanical Engineering. A number of awards of lesser sum may be made.


Professor Thomas Allan Memorial Prize (£60)

Founded in 1983 by members of the Mechanical Engineering Group in memory of Thomas Allan, Lecturer, Senior Lecturer and Reader in Mechanical Engineering Design from 1948 in the University of Strathclyde and its predecessors and holder of the Babcock Chair of Engineering Design from 1971 until his death in 1981. Awarded on the recommendation of the Babcock Professor of Engineering Design and Drawing to the student on an undergraduate degree course in Mechanical Engineering who achieves the best performance in the third year Engineering Design class.


Armourers and Brasiers Company Prize (£250 plus medal)

Awarded on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering to the Final Year student in Mechanical Engineering who is judged to have submitted the best materials-based Project.


Atkins Design Environment and Engineering

Awarded annual to a first year MArch or fourth year BSc Honours student for a study trip that is seen to make a positive contribution to their architectural education.


Babtie Prize

Founded in 1982 by Dr W N Geddes, Visiting Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering and formerly Senior Partner in the firm of Babtie Shaw and Morton, Consulting Civil Engineers. Awards are made from the Fund on the recommendation of the Chairman of the Department of Civil Engineering to a fourth year student on a Civil Engineering course. The basis of the award may be to help to promote the professional development of a number of students. For example, a student might be given assistance to travel abroad to take up a vacation appointment in civil engineering or to carry out a study tour to visit engineering works or to attend a conference. The award may also be made in recognition of outstanding achievement or service on the part of the student.


British Sugar plc (£250)

A prize of £250 to be awarded annually to a third year student in Chemical and Process Engineering, for the best overall performance in third year subjects.


Sir George Beilby Memorial Medal (two: £30)

Founded in 1924 by the Governors and staff of the Royal Technical College in commemoration of the late Sir George T Beilby LLD DSc FRS Chairman of the Governors from 1907 to 1923. Awarded to a meritorious final year student in each of the Departments of Pure and Applied Chemistry and Mechanical Engineering. Prizes, of equal value, shall take the form of a medal and books or instruments.


G S G Beveridge Prize

A prize of £100 awarded for the best overall MEng mark by a fifth year MEng student of Chemical Engineering. The funding provided by the Department.

BP Chemicals Limited Prize (five: £100)

Awarded annually to the best overall student in each year of an undergraduate degree course in Engineering with Business Management and European Studies.


The BP Prize for project work in Electronic & Electrical Engineering

Awarded annually to 5th Yr MEng students of Electronic & Electrical Engineering, Digital Communication and Multimedia Systems, Electrical Energy Systems, Electronic and Digital Systems, Electronic and Mechanical Engineering or Computer and Electronic Systems for the best overall group work project. 


British Aluminium Scholarship (£1,000)

Founded in 1979 by the British Aluminium Company Limited. Awarded to entrants to the BEng or MEng course in Chemical Engineering. The award is made on the basis of SCE performance coupled with the submission of an essay. The scholarship is paid in four annual amounts of £250 subject to continuing satisfactory performance.


British Energy Prize

Founded in 1995. Awarded annually on the recommendation of the head of the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering to the student who achieves an outstanding performance in Power Engineering in the final year of the BEng or MEng course.


BOC Design Prize

Awarded annually for the best fourth year design project in the Department of Chemical and Process Engineering.


Alisdair Bruce Prize

Founded in 1998 by Mr Alisdair Bruce (of Newton Mearns, Lanarkshire) to encourage study in Electronic and Electrical Engineering. Awarded annually on the recommendation of the Head of Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering to a student registered on the BEng in Electronic and Electrical Engineering degree for outstanding performance in the first year of the course.


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Robert and Walter Burns Scholarship (£60)

Founded in 1938 by Mrs Agnes Osborne or Burns in memory of her two sons who were distinguished former students of the Royal Technical College. Awarded to a meritorious student of the University following a course of study in Electrical and Electronic Engineering and nominated by the Professors of the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, preferably from among students nearing the end of their course. Tenable for such number of years as is necessary for the holder to complete the course.


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Richard H Cabena Prize (£9)

Founded in 1940 by the Trustees of the late Richard House Cabena, a former student of the Royal Technical College who obtained the Senior Course Certificate in Mechanical Engineering. Awarded to the student with the highest grand aggregate marks in the Higher National Certificate in any branch of Engineering (including Naval Architecture) or Building who has transferred to a course of study in the University.


Cadence Scholarship

Established in 1998 by the System Level Integration Institute. Awarded annually on the recommendation of the Head of Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering to an undergraduate final year student registered in the Department, for outstanding work in practical elements of their degree.


Cameron Prize

Established in 2002 by Visiting Professor Dugald Cameron OBE DSc. Two prizes of £25 each to be awarded to final year students within the Department of Design, Manufacture and Engineering Management, for displaying excellence in innovative design for manufacture.

Central Electricity Generating Board Research Studentship

Offered in the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering to good Honours graduates for participation in a research project, established by the CEGB in 1965, investigating aspects of high voltage. Candidates, who must be British subjects, are required to register for the degree of PhD. Supplementary allowances for dependants may also be paid.


Professor Ian Chalmers Academic Exchange Scholarship (£1,000)

Founded in 2000 in memory of Professor Ian Chalmers, professor of high voltage engineering and a member of staff in the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering. Awarded on the recommendation of the Head of Department to an undergraduate student in the Department who wishes to undertake a period of study at a partner institution overseas. Preference will be given to candidates studying for the BEng or MEng degree in Electrical and Mechanical Engineering and to students who want to study in North America.


Department of Civil Engineering Centenary Prize (£25)

Awarded to the best first year student on a Civil Engineering course.


Department of Civil Engineering Centenary Prize (£50)

Awarded for outstanding performance on an MEng course.


Department of Civil Engineering Prize Fund (£60)

Founded in 1981 by Professor Peter G Lowe, on the occasion of his leaving the University to take up a post as Professor of Civil Engineering at the University of Auckland. Awards are made from the Fund, on the recommendation of the Chairman of the Department of Civil Engineering, to a second or third year student on a Civil Engineering course who has demonstrated particular merit.


Thomas A. Clarke Prize

Instituted in 1992 by the Department of Mechanical Engineering, in consultation with Mrs Mary Clarke and with the support of colleagues of the University, in memory of Thomas A Clarke. Tom Clarke was a lecturer in Mechanical Engineering within the Division of Thermo-Fluid and Environmental Engineering and contributed widely to the work of the Department and the University for 25 years. Normally awarded on the recommendations of the Honours Board of Examiners for Mechanical Engineering to a meritorious student in the final year of the BEng or equivalent Honours course.


Curran - Werner Prize

Awarded annually to meritorious students in both the Faculty of Engineering and of the Technical University of Lodz and in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Strathclyde.


DMEM Research Student Publication Prize

Founded in April 1997 by Professor K J MacCallum. Awarded annually to a research student registered in the Department of Design, Manufacture and Engineering Management (DMEM) who is judged by the Head of Department to have produced the best research publication in any calendar year. To qualify for the award, the student must have been a registered student in the year of publication and must be the first and principal author of the publication.


Ellwood Prize (£36)

Founded in 1972 by donations from the staff and former students of the Department of Metallurgy in memory of Professor E. C. Ellwood BSc PhD FIM, Professor of Metallurgy in the University of Strathclyde from 1959 to 1972. Awarded to the student nominated by the staff of the Department of Metallurgy as having the best performance in the second year of the course for the degree of BSc in Metallurgy.


Exxon Chemicals Prize

Awarded annually to the group demonstrating the best written and oral communications skills in the Department of Chemical and Process Engineering.


James Frew Scholarship (£700)

Founded in 1976 under the will of the late Mrs Jessie F. Hogg. Awarded by the Trustees on the recommendation of the Chairman of the Mechanical Engineering Group to a full-time student of the University of Strathclyde who is resident in the former counties of Ayrshire or Lanarkshire and who has produced outstanding practical work in an undergraduate or postgraduate course of Mechanical Engineering in the University for the purpose of (a) providing a grant to enable the holder to pursue a suitable course of postgraduate instruction or research in Mechanical Engineering or (b) providing a grant to enable an undergraduate or postgraduate student in Mechanical Engineering to undertake vacation travel or (c) providing a grant to enable the holder to pursue a suitable course of undergraduate study in Mechanical Engineering, in that order of preference.


Genesis Oil and Gas Consultants Prize (£100)

A prize of £100, funded by Genesis Oil and Gas Consultants, to be awarded annually to the second year student with the best overall performance in Chemical Engineering subjects.


Genesis Oil and Gas Consultants Design Prize

A prize of £100 to be awarded annually for the best third year Design project by a student within the Department of Chemical Engineering. The prize is funded by Genesis Oil and Gas Consultants.


GIA (Glasgow Institute of Architects): The T L Watson Prize (£50 )

Awarded biennially to a first year student within the Department of Architecture for the best portfolio work throughout the year. This alternates each year with the J B Wilson Prize of the same value.


GIA (Glasgow Institute of Architects) 2nd Year Design Prize (£100)

Awarded annually to a second year student within the Department of Architecture for the best portfolio work throughout the year.


GIA (Glasgow Institute of Architects) 3rd Year Design Prize (£100)

Awarded annually to a third year student within the Department of Architecture for the best project work throughout the year.


GIA (Glasgow Institute of Architects) Design Prize (£100)

Awarded annually to a fourth year student within the Department of Architecture for the best design work throughout the year.


GIA (Glasgow Institute of Architects) Final Year Parchment (£120)

Awarded annually to a fourth year student within the Department of Architecture for the best design work throughout the year.


Tom Gibson Memorial Award (£2,500)

Instituted in 1995 by colleagues, friends and family of Professor Tom Gibson and administered by the University of Strathclyde foundation in memory of Professor Gibson, pioneer in plastic surgery and bioengineering. The prize and an accompanying commemorative medal shall be awarded every two years to a medical specialist or scientist under the age of 40 (or to a group of such nominees) nominated from within the communities of the Universities of Glasgow or Strathclyde and adjudged by the Awarding Panel to have demonstrated outstanding accomplishment or potential in the field of medicine and/or its related disciplines.


Glasgow City Council Silver Medal for Architecture:

Awarded annually to an MArch student within the Department of Architecture selected by Glasgow City Council.


Glasgow Institute of Architects Prizes

The Glasgow Institute of Architects offers the following prizes which are awarded to students to the Department of Architecture:

(a) The T L Watson/J B Wilson Book Prize (£20) open to first and second year students only

(b) The GIA Measured Drawing Prize (£25) open to second or third year students only

(c) The GIA Design Prize (£40) open to third year students only

(d) The GIA Design Parchment - Par I (£40) open to fourth year students only

(e) The GIA Parchment - Final Design Thesis (£40) open to BArch students only

Nominations for the prizes are submitted annually by the Professor of Architecture to a panel of assessors appointed by the Council of the Institute.


Glasgow School of Architecture Jubilee Prize (£100)

Awarded annually, on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Architecture and subject to the formal approval of the Glasgow Institute of Architects and the Trustees, to the best student in the final Honours year for the degree of BSc in Architectural Studies.


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Professor Charles Gourlay Memorial Prize (two: £6)

Founded in 1929 by the Royal Technical College Architectural Craftsmen's Society, colleagues, past students and friends as a tribute to the memory of Charles Gourlay BSc FRIBA FSA(Scot), Lecturer in Architecture and Building from 1888 to 1895 and Professor from 1895 to 1926. Awarded to a meritorious student in the final year of the course in Architecture and to the best students of Building Aspects of the course in the same year.


Arthur Leslie Hamilton Memorial Prize (£300)

Awarded annually, on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Architecture and subject to the formal approval of the Glasgow Institute of Architects and Trustees, to the student who has reached the highest standard of general excellence in his/her work in the final year for the BArch degree.


King Harald Trophy

Awarded to the graduating student who achieves the highest degree mark in the Department of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering. The trophy was presented to King Harald of Norway by the workforce at the Kvaerner Govan shipyard in Glasgow to commemorate his visit to the yard during a state visit to Scotland in 1993. The King in turn presented the trophy to the University.


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