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Ernst & Young Prize

Value

$1,000 + certificate

Status

Open

Open.
Opens
23/10/2018

Overview

To recognise the best performing student in the undergraduate subject 76105 Disruptive Technologies and the Law or the postgraduate subject 78266 Special Topics in Disruptive Technologies and the Law.

Who is eligible?

To be eligible for the Prize the Recipient must be enrolled in a UTS award course and have received a result in either 76105 Disruptive Technologies and the Law or 78266 Special Topics in Disruptive Technologies and the Law in the academic year for which the prize is being awarded.

Selection process

The Prize will be awarded to the student who achieves the highest aggregate mark in either 76105 Disruptive Technologies and the Law or 78266 Special Topics in Disruptive Technologies and the Law in the relevant academic year.

In the event that two or more eligible students have the same highest aggregate mark, the following criteria will be considered:

  • Performance in 76105 Disruptive Technologies and the Law or 78266 Special Topics in Disruptive Technologies and the Law outside of formal assessment that demonstrates mastery of and engagement in the subject; 
  • No previous attempts of 76105 Disruptive Technologies and the Law or 78266 Special Topics in Disruptive Technologies and the Law;
  • Overall academic performance in the student’s course, including GPA, whether the student has failed other subjects, received academic cautions, or had a finding of misconduct against them.

Need more information? Contact...

Eleanor Tong
Advancement Coordinator
Faculty of Law
Phone: +61 2 9514 4589
Email: eleanor.tong@uts.edu.au
Website: law.uts.edu.au