On Monday 25 November 2019 the AHK will celebrate the 8th edition of the AHK Graduation Prize (Eindwerkprijs). Students and teachers can nominate excellent graduation works for the prize. The jury will make a selection of nominees and decides who will win the awards: €3,000 for a bachelor project, €3,000 for a master project and an audience award that will be revealed during the ceremony.

More information about the nomination shortlist

Important dates

22 October: workshop Sticky Stories for nominees
24 and 25 October: photographing and video recording of nominees

Award ceremony

Everyone is welcome to join the public ceremony!
Date: Monday 25 November 2019
Time: welcome from 16:00, ceremony: 16:30-18:00, drinks afterwards
Location: Conservatorium van Amsterdam, Blue Note room, Oosterdokskade 151

Criteria

Important criteria on which the entries will be judged, are the way your graduation project is linked to the outside world and the relevance of your work for the further development of your profession.

'To me winning the Graduation Prize meant great support and recognition for all the hard work on my graduation project, plus a lot of attention for the content.'
Bengin Dawod Abdullah (Graduation Prize winner, Master in Urbanism)

Jury

Questions?

Please, email: webredactie@ahk.nl.

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