Take a chance on the Thesis Prize and win €2,500!
Did you put your heart and soul into your undergraduate or graduate thesis last year? Was your thesis dedicated to the legal profession, or did you thoroughly research the organisation and workings of justice? If so, you now have the unique opportunity to have your efforts rewarded! We invite you to participate in the prestigious Thesis Prize, a prize that bridges the world of lawyers with ambitious students like you.
Well, the benefits are endless! Here are some of them already:
- Academic recognition: your work will not go unnoticed. Your profound insights and ideas will attract the attention of professionals and experts from the legal profession and within the legal community. This is your chance to have your name associated with an award that can give your career a flying start.
- The prize: As the winner of the Thesis Award, a cash prize of no less than €2,500 awaits you. Imagine what you could do with this amount: invest it in your further studies, fund an enriching internship, or perhaps realise that one long-cherished dream.
- Expand your network: Submitting your thesis for the prize will enable you to get in touch with professionals from the legal profession and the legal world. In fact, as a winner, you will be invited to the New Year's reception. This is a great opportunity to make valuable connections and expand your network for future career opportunities.
What should you do?
For it, you only need to send three copies of your work to the OVB by post at Rue de la Monnaie 8, 1000 Brussels. And don't forget to also send your work by e-mail to email@example.com by 15 November 2023.
Take part in the Thesis Prize and highlight your academic achievement!
Your efforts and dedication will be rewarded with not only recognition, but also the chance to bring your thesis to the attention of leading professionals within the legal field. Don't let this opportunity pass you by. Take part and make your thesis unforgettable!
Discover previous winners
Chiara Kerckhof obtained 18 out of 20 for her master's thesis "Truth finding in civil procedure. The duty of truth and completeness on behalf of litigants". With that master's thesis, she has now won our thesis prize worth 2,500 euros. Find out why she deserves it here!