There are several prizes awarded annually for performance at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Undergraduates can apply to be considered for any of these prizes. Click on any item for details about how and when to apply, as well as for additional information about the various criteria used by the Prizes & Awards Panel in selecting the short lists.
|Salters' Prize Nomination||Final year Autumn term||Week 10 Autumn term||Intellectual ability, potential to occupy a leading position in the UK chemical industry||£1000 (8 awarded nationally by Salters')|
|John Twycross prize||Year 3 Summer term||Week 2 Summer term||MChem at York, personal development record, academic progress, future plans||£1000||
Undergraduates do not apply for any of the following prizes and awards, the winners are identified by the examiners when results lists are drawn up. Click on an item to obtain further details.
||2||Best performance on written examinations including option papers||£100||Edward Matthews|
|2||Best performance on Core Practical||£100||Aimee Clarke|
|Whinfield medals||3||Overall academic performance||£150||Katie Lee|
|Margaret Bishop prize||3||Best MChem in York project||£150||Jonathan Booth|
|Bruker Award||Best poster on research work at year 2||
|Kathleen Mary Stott Prize||Final Year PhD students for meritorious performance in research and course work||