Littlewood Prize (BSc Clinical Anatomy)

Conditions

The Littlewood Prize in Clinical Anatomy was donated by Colonel Harry Littlewood in 1923, to the School of Medicine. The Littlewood Prize in Clinical Anatomy was donated by Colonel Harry Littlewood in 1923, to the School of Medicine.

It is awarded annually under the following conditions:

The Committee of Examiners on the Intercalated Clinical Anatomy programme will recommend the prize and the appropriate Chair of the School of Medicines undergraduate Board of Examiners will award it.

The 1st prize will be awarded annually to the student receiving the highest credit weighted average mark on the on the BSc Clinical Anatomy programme. The second prize of £500 will be awarded to the student receiving the second highest credit weighted average mark on the BSc Clinical Anatomy programme’

In the event that more than one student is eligible for the prize it will be divided equally between the students.