Participate

Final year undergraduates and final year postgraduate masters students can apply for the 2020 award. First and second year undergraduates can participate in our Pathway to Dean's List Challenge.

Dean's List winner receiving award

The skills and behaviours developed through these years will provide a deeper understanding of how to evidence achievements when applying for the Dean's List award in the final year of undergraduate study.

For more information, please refer to the criteria for Socially Responsible and Employable Students.


Level 1 Challenge - First Year Undergraduates

Submit a short self-made video to show to your future self in three years' time. Download the factsheet and click apply to submit your entry below:

Download the Level 1 Factsheet

Apply

Book onto an Information Session:

25 Nov 11am - 12pm or 5 March 11am - 12pm


Level 2 Challenge - Second Year Undergraduates

Submit your reflective portfolio with evidence criteria under Social Responsibility and Employable Students. Download the factsheet and click apply to submit your entry below:

Download the Level 2 Factsheet

Apply

Book onto an Information Session:

28 Nov 11am - 12pm or 6 March 9.30am - 10.30am


Level 3 Award - Final Year Undergraduates

Complete an application that evidences your contribution to the Management School's Mission and Vision. This must address the Employable Student (ES1, ES2, ES3) and Soically Responsible (SR1, SR2, SR3). You have 350 words for each criteria. You do not need to evidence your academic performance as this is verified directly from your student record.

Download the Level 3 Factsheet

Apply

Book onto an Information Session:

5 Nov 2.30pm - 3.30pm or 9 March 11.30am - 12.30pm


Level 4 Award - Final Year Postgraduates

Submit two self-reflective case studies demonstrating how you meet the criteria of Employable Students and Socially Responsible. You should use up to 750 words per case study, equating to 1500 words total.

Download the Level 4 Factsheet

Apply

Book onto an Information Session:

21 Nov 1.30pm - 2.30pm or 10 Mar 2pm - 3pm