Highland Society of London Prize
The Highland Society of London: a charity founded in 1778, whose activities promote and support the traditions and culture of the Highlands of Scotland.
A financial prize is awarded to the student with the undergraduate dissertation of the year in the Humanities and Gaelic subject network on a Highlands and Islands theme. The winning dissertation is directly related to a social, cultural, environmental or historical aspect of the Highlands and Islands.
There is no application process; eligible students are nominated by programme leaders in consultation with the subject network leader.
Winners of the Highland Society of London Prize
- 2019 Amanda Dailly & Neil Conway
- 2018 Riven Peake & Yvonne D'Cruz
- 2017 Kirstie Ross & Val Ash
- 2016 Christopher Dacup
- 2015 Stephen Worth
- 2014 Janni Diez
“The Highland Society of London has a long tradition of supporting scholarship in (and about) the Highlands of Scotland, and is delighted to continue awarding prizes to students of the University of the Highlands and Islands. The unique framework and geographical reach of the university provide a perfect platform to encourage participation and reward the excellence of its students, and the Society hopes that these prizes will help support those goals.”
Highland Society of London