British Council Alumni Awards 2018: Could you be an Alumni Award winner?
The British Council has requested we share this opportunity with our Alumni who graduated after 2003. Please see if this interests you.
Please ensure that you go through the eligibility criteria at the end of this post.
The Study UK Alumni Awards find and celebrate the UK’s outstanding alumni and the impact that they are having on their professions, communities and countries around the world. Alumni Award finalists are professionals, entrepreneurs and community leaders. Through the Alumni Awards, winners are given the opportunity to professionally develop and build their capacity and professional networks, contributing to the overall development of their country. These awards are in the category Professional Achievement Award, Entrepreneurial Award recognizing and Social Impact Award.
We believe you have an inspirational story to share, about what you have achieved, and the impact you have made, since studying at a UK Higher Education Institution.
We would like to encourage you to submit an application to the Study UK Alumni Awards, to celebrate and raise the profile of your achievements. The Study UK Alumni Awards find and celebrate the outstanding stories of alumni and showcase the impact that a UK higher education can have upon individuals, their communities, industries and countries. Taking part in the Alumni Awards raises your profile as a finalist or winner, and you could benefit from international and national press coverage, and the chance to visit the UK for professional networking.
Applications are now open, for alumni living in any country outside of the UK.
Your application, once submitted, will be considered for both, the Alumni Awards Global and Alumni Awards India.
To be eligible for the Alumni Awards 2018, you should have:
Graduated within the last 15 years (i.e. 2003 or later), and
at degree level* or above, or
for a minimum of one term or semester, OR awarded a full UK degree level qualification (or higher), by a recognised or listed UK HEI, in their home country.
*Degree level is defined as band 9 and above on the UK NARIC band framework
Applications close Sunday 11 November at 23.59 (GMT).