On Monday November 27, ten students of the Faculty of Science and Engineering (UG) were presented with a Young Talent Incentive Award by the Royal Holland Society of Sciences and Humanities (
) in the Hodshon house in Haarlem. They are the best first-year students of the Netherlands in their field, with the highest average score of their year.
The Young Talent Awards are are made available by businesses, foundations, and funds in the respective fields for the advancement of higher scientific education in the fields of science and engineering. The KHMW hosts the judging and awards ceremony each year. Besides the incentive awards, there are also the graduation awards for students with an exceptional master's thesis or research paper.
These ten Groningen students received the Young Talent Incentive Award of 500 euros for their achievements in the first year of study:
In total, 87 prizes were awarded in three sessions.
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