The M.J. Youhotsky Memorial Prize
Founded in memory of Michael John Youhotsky, a gifted Russian interpretor who believed in the value of international contacts through the knowledge of languages.
- A prize known as the M. J. Youhotsky Memorial Prize may be awarded in each session.
- The prize is awarded on the recommendation of the Director of the School of Slavonic and East European Studies.
- The prize is awarded to a 2nd year undergraduate student of Russian who achieves the best overall performance in examinations in Russian subjects.
- The value of the prize is £120.
- The qualifications of candidates are considered by the School’s Programme Coordinator for Languages and Culture and the Chair of the Board of Examiners.
- The Award shall be announced in the summer.
- The College reserves the right to vary these regulations should it become necessary to do so in order to ensure the continued use of the resources of the fund.
- Awards are subject to the provision of the General Regulations.