SSEES Student Prizes 22-23
14 November 2023
The annual SSEES Student Prize winners have been announced. Congratulations to all our successful winners!
Each year, SSEES awards a number of students student prizes to recognise academic excellence. For the 2022-23 year, the prizes have been awarded as follows:
- Isobel Knight (BA German and Russian) - The Georgette Donchin Memorial Prize: Awarded to a 2nd year undergraduate student who displays the best performance on the courses ‘Identities in Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature’ or ‘The Petersburg 'Text' in Russian Literature and Culture’
- Sandra Radenovic (BA Russian and History) - John Marshall Prize: The prize is awarded to a final-year undergraduate student on a language-based degree, whose overall profile over the years of the degree shows the best performance in any of the languages taught at the School.
The total value of the prize is £150. In some years the prize may be shared between two students.
- Oscar Leonov (BA Russian Studies) - The M.J. Youhotsky Memorial Prize:The prize is awarded to a 2nd year undergraduate student of Russian who achieves the best overall performance in examinations in Russian subjects.
- Kevin Matyszewski (BA Finnish and French)- The Rob Hudson Memorial Prize: The prize is awarded to a 1st year undergraduate student on a language-based degree who has shown excellence in the study of any language at the School, having had no prior knowledge of that language.
- Diego Zuloaga Prado (BA Economics & Business with East European Studies) - The SSEES Alumni Prize: The prize is awarded to a final-year undergraduate student who has received a first-class mark for their dissertation in any one of the SSEES undergraduate programmes and who has an overall mark average in First Class.
- Lucien Enev (BA History, Politics and Economics)- The Alan Ferguson Memorial Prize: The prize is awarded to a final-year undergraduate student who has shown excellence in the study of South East Europe, especially the former Yugoslavia region, in any one of the four programme areas.
- Soha Khawaja (BA History, Politics and Economics) - The Laszlo Peter Memorial Prize:The prize is awarded to an undergraduate student who displays the best overall performance on the ‘History of European Political Ideas’ course or in a Final-year Dissertation on a topic in the history of political ideas.