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Nominating people who do a great job for a Student Choice Award, is a way to thank them and let them know that their hard work makes a difference. Your feedback about the kind of education that works for you also means that we can work with the university on making more of the good stuff happen.  

Nominations for these awards are now closed. Stay tuned for more information on what happens next.

An all time record of 1086 nominations were put in, for 633 different members of UCL staff - 15% more staff than ever before.

The awards now move onto the judging stage. A panel of students will come together over the Easter break to pore through all of your nominations, create a shortlist for each of our eight awards, and decide the winners. Winners will be announced at the award ceremony on 14 June.

Those staff members who are picked out as award winners will be rewarded with £2,000 bonus.

Thank a member of staff who provides constructive, useful feedback on your assessment and learning, helping them to progress and succeed.

Thank a member of staff who isn’t in a teaching role, but still makes a huge difference to your learning with their help, patience and care.

Thank a member of staff who helps postgraduate research students to succeed, and balances providing support and fostering independence.

Thank a member of staff who works to make sure your curriculum or research recognises marginalised scholars, and shines a light on diverse perspectives.

Thank a member of staff who is always there to provide you with pastoral support or academic guidance.

Thank a member of staff who delivers exceptional teaching, using innovative and engaging methods to hold your interest and help you to learn.

Thank a member of staff who’s committed to listening to and working with students and their representatives to improve and change education in their module, programme, or department.

Thank a member of staff who educates you about the latest, cutting-edge knowledge, or who enables taught students to create knowledge by conducting their own research.