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We are delighted to be once again offering the Outstanding Student Contribution to Education Awards.

Intended to recognise the incredible contributions that our students make towards enhancing the Cambridge educational experience for all, last year's inaugural awards demonstrated a clear desire by members of the University to show our appreciation, and the calibre of nominations received was phenomenal.

We know that many of our students have made and are continuing to make extraordinary efforts in supporting the transition to remote teaching and learning, both by contributing to discussions at a University, College or department level, and by supporting their peers, and are sure this will be reflected in the nominations received.

Any current student at the University is eligible to be nominated, and any student or member of staff may submit a nomination.

The deadline for nominations is Monday 22 June.

Full details of how to submit a nomination are available on the OSCEAs page.

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