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Crasis Bachelor's Thesis Award

04 July 2021

The CRASIS board invites submissions for the CRASIS Bachelor’s Thesis Award 2021. A prize of € 500 is available for the best Bachelor’s thesis written at the University of Groningen or the Protestant Theological University in Groningen and dealing with a research topic covered by CRASIS: ancient history, classical languages, archaeology, and ancient Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.

The deadline for submissions is 16 July, 2021. To be considered for the 2020 award theses should have been submitted between 17 July, 2020 and 16 July, 2021 and marked with at least an 8 (out of 10). Students who wish to be considered can either nominate themselves or be nominated by their supervisor. For more information see the attached pdf.

Last modified:03 January 2022 10.57 a.m.

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