Roger Woolhouse Prize
Each year a prize of £500 is awarded to the student on one of the 5 taught Philosophy programmes (MA Philosophy, MA Analytic Philosophy, MA Political & Legal Philosophy, MA Philosophy of AI, MA Applied Ethics & Governance of Data Privacy) who submits the best essay in the January assessment period.
This prize is generously funded by the widow and family of Professor Roger Woolhouse, who taught at York from 1969 until his retirement.
Open to International (including EU) and UK (home) students.
Open to students in the Department of Philosophy.
In order to be eligible you must already be enrolled on one of the following courses:
- MA Philosophy
- MA Analytic Theology
- MA Political and Legal Philosophy
- MA Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence
- MA Applied Ethics and Governance of Data Privacy
All MA Philosophy students will be considered as part of their studies.
There is no separate application process to complete.
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