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22nd Annual CESAA Essay Competition - Submission Details

Categories

  • Best essay by an undergraduate students (2 - 3,000 words)
  • Best essay by an honours or postgraduate student (2,000 – 4,000 words)

Eligibility
Essays eligible for submission must have been assessed as part on an undergraduate or postgraduate degree. Applicants must have been enrolled in an Australian tertiary institution to be eligible. Essays will be judged by a panel of judges selected by CESAA. The judges’ decisions are final.

Eligible essays must have been submitted and assessed as part of an undergraduate or postgraduate degree in;

  • Semester 2 2015 or
  • Semester 1 2016.
Prizes
The winning and highly commended essays will be considered for publication in the Australian and New Zealand Journal of European Studies.

Prizes will be awarded as gift vouchers to the value of:

  • Undergraduate: $250
  • Postgraduate: $350

Winners will receive a year’s free membership to CESAA.

Essay Topics
Essays from any discipline – history, politics, law, economics, business, sociology, cultural studies, etc. – will be accepted as long as they deal with contemporary (post-war) Europe and/or the European Union.

How to Enter
Send an electronic version of your essay to: cesaamail@gmail.com. Please ensure the subject heading reads ‘CESAA ESSAY COMP’ by the closing date: 30 June 2016.

The essay should have a separate cover page, which includes:

  • Name
  • Postal address
  • Institution
  • Essay category (undergraduate or Honours/postgraduate)
  • Contact phone number and email address
  • Word count of your entry.

Your name should not appear anywhere else on the essay.

Winners will be notified formally by mail and the results will be published on the CESAA website.

CESAA Essay Prize Coordinator
Please contact Lachlan McKenzie (Lachlan.mckenzie@unimelb.edu.au) with any questions.

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