2017 Times Higher Education Awards open for entries

New categories celebrate research success and international impact

May 4, 2017
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The 2017 Times Higher Education Awards are now open for entries.

These annual awards recognise the extraordinary talent, creativity and resourcefulness shown by individuals and teams in universities across the UK. Notable changes this year include the splitting of our Research Project of the Year category into two – one focusing on science, technology, engineering and maths subjects and the other on arts, humanities and social sciences – plus the introduction of an International Impact Award, looking for the university whose staff, students and graduates have had a clear, positive influence around the world.

Other awards up for grabs include Outstanding Contribution to the Local Community, Outstanding Research Supervisor of the Year and Technological Innovation of the Year.

The shortlist will be published on 7 September and the awards ceremony will take place at the Grosvenor House Hotel, in London, on 30 November, when a new University of the Year will also be announced.

These awards are open to anyone involved in UK higher education and full details of all 19 categories can be found at www.the-awards.co.uk. You have until 28 June to submit your entries.

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