Healthcare Professionals

Undergraduate Awards

Posters advertising these awards and how to apply will be displayed on medical school notice boards from January. Please contact Siu Tsang: if there are no posters at your medical school.

Applicants are advised to carefully read and adhere to the application conditions.

Elective Prize/Project Grant: 9 x £500
Deadlines: 20 January (2 awards) and 20 May (7 awards) each year
Up to nine grants of £500 each are available, to undergraduate medical students at UK or Irish universities, who will be undertaking a research project related to dermatology or skin biology or an elective in the UK or an overseas dermatology department. Applications must be made before the start of the project/elective period.
To apply, please download the Elective Prize/Project Grant application form
Essay Prize: £500 and 3 x £250
Deadline: 20 January each year
The title for 2017: “Is British Dermatology better in or out of Europe?”
The BAD annually sets an essay title on a topic related to dermatology and offers prizes of £500 for the winning essay and three runners-up prizes of £250 each. The prize is open to any undergraduate medical student studying at a university in the UK or Ireland. The essay should be no more than 2,500 words long. As the essays are not marked anonymously, please put your name on it.
To apply, please download the Essay Prize application form
NB - The use of fancy typefaces, high quality paper, professional binding, colour, pictures/graphics, etc, will not improve your chances of winning a prize.
Intercalated Degree Grant: 2 x £3,000
Deadline: 20 May each year
Two grants of £3,000 are available to assist an UK or Irish undergraduate medical student with an intercalated degree which includes a project that is relevant to dermatology and/or skin biology. As the fellowship is awarded in the middle of an academic year, applications will be accepted for on-going projects through that academic year or for projects to be carried out in the next academic year.
To apply, please download the Intercalated Degree Grant application form

Applications should be sent electronically to: Siu Tsang
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