The Bob Beattie Postgraduate Student of the Year Award is an annual award recognising the overall excellence of a member of the postgraduate community at Keele University. The award recognises a student’s excellent pursuits not just in their academic work but also their work within the postgraduate community, encouraging its members to strive for excellence. There are two prizes for this award, the Main Prize of £1000 and a Runner-Up Prize of £500.
The award is named after Bob Beattie, a former Keele lecturer and a mainstay at the KPA Clubhouse, who offered informal advice and counselling to many students, up until his passing in 2015.
The nominations for this award are now OPEN!
Know of a postgraduate student has given excellent contribution to the postgraduate community? Think they are deserving of the £1000 award? Then why not nominate them for the Bob Beattie Postgraduate Student of the Year Award! Follow the link below to learn more of the award, access the Terms and Conditions and to make a nomination! Remember, nominations are are open until Tuesday 16th May.
If you have any questions, please contact the KPA Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.