Dissertation

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Annual Dissertation Prize for Masters Students in Practical Theology

The British and Irish Association of Practical Theology (BIAPT) brings together practitioners, researchers, teachers and students for mutual support and learning. The aims of this prize are to acknowledge excellent research undertaken by Masters students and to encourage students to see BIAPT as an ongoing community of learning and reflection during and after their studies.

The prize is worth £400 plus up to £100 towards the costs of attending the 2017 BIAPT conference. You will have the opportunity to present a paper at the conference and to submit an article to the journal Practical Theology. All short-listed dissertations will have their title and abstract posted on the BIAPT website.

Criteria for Applicants

The Prize Committee will be chaired by Dr Clare Watkins. The Committee's decisions are final.

Process for Applicants

Please send an e-mail to prize@biapt.org giving the following information:

To the e-mail please attach a Word Document containing only:

Short listed candidates will be invited to submit a full copy of their dissertation in March 2017.

All applicants will be notified of the outcome by the end of May 2017.

The deadline for receipt of e-mails is 17 February 2017. Please check carefully that all the information requested is supplied as we cannot follow up incomplete applications.

If you are not a member of BIAPT you can join at our Joining BIAPT page or by contacting the administrator Eve West.

Dissemination of Postgraduate Research

We are working on a new initiative to disseminate postgraduate research in practical theology through our website. Following the completion of a Masters or Doctoral level dissertation, any student is encouraged to upload their abstract onto the BIAPT website. Further announcements about this will appear on the website, and in the Christmas mailing.

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