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The President's Prize

The President's Prize: the CIBSE Undergraduate Award (sponsored by Hays Building Services)

APPLICATION DEADLINE FRIDAY 22 JULY 2016


The Award is open to all CIBSE Student members in their final year of BSc, BEng and MEng study. A selection panel, appointed by the CIBSE Board, will decide which project is worthy of winning by looking for evidence of excellent understanding and knowledge in building services engineering, science and design, as well as originality and high quality visual information. The Award is the subject of an open competition and has an annual closing date.

CIBSE is especially keen to encourage applicants' whose final year projects share CIBSE's concern for the environment.

To enter is easy: All you need to do is send a 2,000 word synopsis of your final year project together with the completed Application Form. CIBSE judges will be looking for clear, easy to read submissions with a strong idea, understanding of engineering science and design, originality, evidence of engineering techniques, good visual quality, clear language and high quality drawings.

If you wish to apply, please download the application form or contact Grace Potthurst for more information gpotthurst@cibse.org 0208 772 3611

Previous Winner and Runners Up 2015

Kaitlin Allen from University of Nottingham was the winner of the 2015 CIBSE Undergraduate Award. Kaitlin studied for a MEng in Architecture and Environmental Design and won with her final year project entitled "Smart Windows - A window for dynamic control". she was presented with a £500 cheque and trophy at the President's Awards Dinner in October 2015.

A trophy was also awarded to Dr Yupeng Wu, representing University of Nottingham, as acknowledgement of its achievement.

Jolyon Axelrod from London South Bank University and Aimee Desert from the University of Sheffield were both runners up and received a prize of £100 each.