The Annual Oxford Uehiro Prize in Practical Ethics
Each year graduate and undergraduate students currently enrolled at the University of Oxford in any subject are invited to enter the Oxford Uehiro Prize in Practical Ethics by submitting an essay of up to 2000 words on any topic relevant to practical ethics. Eligibility includes visiting students who are registered as recognized students, and paying fees, but does not include informal visitors. Two undergraduate papers and two graduate papers are shortlisted from those submitted to go forward to a public presentation and discussion, where the winner of each category is selected.
The winner from each category receives £300, and the runner up £100. Revised versions of the two winning essays are considered for publication in the Journal of Practical Ethics, though publication is not guaranteed.
We are very excited that 2022 will see the 8th year of Oxford Uehiro Prize in Practical Ethics. All details of how to enter is published each Michaelmas Term, and will be made available on this page, as well as publicised more widely accross the University.