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Euprera Jos Willems Awards - 08.05.2012
The first European wide competition to find the best BA and MA thesis in PR. Seats for judges are still available.

Euprera Jos Willems Awards is the first European wide competition to find the best Bachelor and Master thesis of students in public relations or communication studies.

For several years the best dissertation at both levels has been prized with several benefits, namely the winner’s presence (all expenses paid) in that year’s Euprera congress, their papers published on the Euprera website and individual recognition as a PR expert is enhanced. Apart from the individual benefits, the Universities and Colleges of origin are recognized as excellence research units across Europe in our field.

This year winners will be awarded on September 20-22 in Istanbul, Turkey, during the Euprera congress on “Researching the changing profession of public relations”. This year competition is something special, because it’s the 80th anniversary of the founder Jos Willems.

Application for this year edition is now closed and will be reopened for the next year. Authors of the selected abstracts, coming from 9 different Countries, will be asked to submit a ten page summary of the work in English, along with the full original contents list and the bibliography. The thesis upon which the entries are based must have been completed within eighteen months before the final submission date.

On the other side, seats in the judges committee are still available. For more details, or for joining the judges committee, please contact the award coordinator António Marques Mendez (antoniomarquesmendes@gmail.com).




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