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Best Thesis Award

Each year, the Centre for European Studies announces a Best Thesis Award for best essay with a connection to Europe.

Kristy Louise Rhades (image)
Kristy Louise Rhades, from the masters programme in European Studies, won the award in 2020.

The prize is awarded for a bachelor or master (one- or two-year) thesis that has received the highest marks during the ongoing academic year at one of the following faculties at Lund University: Humanities, Social Sciences, Law or Economics and Management. Supervisors, examiners and heads of departments may nominate the essay. Self-nominations are also accepted. 

The winning essay is chosen by a jury appointed by the Centre for European Studies. The winner is awarded 10 000 SEK. The jury can also decide to give an honourable mention to a second essay.

Information about the Best Thesis Award is sent out through our mailing list, which you can subscribe to here. Information is also posted here, on our website.