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Nominate Now: Best South Asia Thesis Award 2023/2024

SASNET Best Thesis Award

Do you know an excellent Bachelor or Master thesis on the topic of South Asia? Nominate it now for the annual SASNET Best South Asia Thesis Award.

SASNET annually grants a Lund University student the Best South Asia Thesis Award for an excellent Bachelor or Master thesis in the humanities or social sciences. You are now able to nominate a thesis for the ongoing academic year of 2023/2024.

To be eligible, the thesis topic must connect to the region of South Asia and at least of the following countries; Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan or Sri Lanka. The thesis can be written in the Autumn semester of 2023 or you can nominate a coming thesis of the 2024 Spring semester (once it has been graded and defended at the University). 

The winner of the Award will be granted a diploma as well as 5 000 SEK. The prize will be awarded at the SASNET annual symposium in October 2024.

Students, supervisors, examiners, and Heads of Departments may nominate a thesis. Self-nominations are also accepted.

Application deadline is 31 August 2024.

The winning thesis will be selected by a jury appointed by SASNET.

Read more about the nomination requirements and how to apply here.

Sahana Subramanian
Sahana Subramanian, winner of the Best South Asia Thesis Award of 2022/2023.