The Professor Brockington Prize

Level of study
Any Undergraduate
Subject area
Arts and Law, Life and Environmental Sciences, Medical and Dental Sciences, Social Sciences
EU, Overseas (Non-EU), UK
Type of Award
Deadline for applying
Closes 16/06/2024

Award Description

The Professor Brockington Prize is an essay prize for the best essay based on a mental health clinical case reflection, or similar, relevant to your subject of study. The prize was established by Professor Ian Brockington, former Chair of Psychiatry at the University of Birmingham

Value of Award

The first prize is valued at £250 and a second prize is valued at £100.

Eligibility Criteria

The prize is open to current undergraduate students from the following colleges/schools/departments:

  • College of Medical and Dental Sciences (all courses)
  • Law School
  • School of History and Cultures
  • School of Psychology
  • Department of Social Work and Social Care
  • School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences (SportEx)
  • School of Biosciences
  • School of English, Drama and Creative Studies

How to Apply

Applications should be made via the Professor Brockington Prize application form.

As part of the application form, applicants are required to upload an essay that is no longer than 2000 words. The essay will be a critical reflection of a mental health case and should be relevant to your subject of study.

Please refer to the Essay Guidance within the application form for further information.


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