The Institute is inviting schools of architecture from around the world to nominate up to two design projects for the Part I (Bronze Medal), up to two design projects for the Part II (Silver Medal), and one dissertation for the Dissertation Medal from student work produced during the 2011/12 academic year.
"The RIBA President's Medals Student Awards are a wonderful celebration of the future talent of architecture," commented Stephen Hodder, RIBA President Elect. "These are the RIBA's oldest awards and, since the Institute awarded the first Silver Medal 177 years ago, the President's Medals have grown to become the most prestigious awards in architectural education worldwide. I very much look forward to celebrating the work submitted for the Bronze, Silver and Dissertation categories by talented students worldwide."
The medallists and commendation winners will be awarded their prizes at a ceremony at the RIBA in London on December 4.
The deadline for submitting dissertations is July 15; design projects must be submitted by September 9.
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