Each year, CEBE runs a student award competition in which we ask students to tell us about an aspect of their Built Environment learning and teaching experience. The award is open to anyone studying on a Built Environment course at any level in any higher education institution in the UK. International students studying at a UK institution are more than welcome to enter. However, UK or non-UK students studying at institutions outside of the UK are unfortunately not eligible for the award.
The award winner and runner-up receive a cash prize and their winning entries are published on the Centre's website and promoted in our newsletter. The winner is also invited to attend (all expenses paid) the Higher Education Academy's annual conference.
Award Results 2009-10
CEBE is pleased to announce that the 2009-10 Built Environment Student Awards winner was Stephen Farrell, a second year Construction Project Management student in the School of the Built Environment, Heriot Watt University.
Stephen Farrell receives his award from Professor Sir Bob Burgess, Chair of the Higher Education Academy at the 2010 HEA Annual Conference, University of Hertfordshire.