Call for applications to the XVI Language Quality Awards
The contest rewards the 15 best academic works written in Galician.
The XVI Edition of the Language Quality Awards aims to encourage the use of Galician among students, linked to the dissemination of the culture of quality in the preparation and defense of their work. This contest awards the best academic work, end of degree (TFG) and end of teaching (TFM) written in Galician in this academic year.
This initiative, promoted by the Language Normalization Service, awards five quality awards, one for each large area of knowledge, in each of the three modalities, which makes a total of 15 awards. The academic works of course are recognized with a prize of 150 euros for each of the great areas of knowledge. On the other hand, the TFG late-night winners with 300 euros; while the TFM will receive 500 euros. In all cases, the winners also receive a diploma for their curriculum.
The XVI Linguistic Quality Awards cover all the degrees of the USC, and thus, all the students of degree, engineering or master of the USC who do their work in Galician and obtain at least the qualification of approved will be able to opt for these awards, who have the financial support of the General Secretary of Linguistic Policy of Xunta de Galicia.
The deadline for submitting to the XVI Awards for linguistic quality ends on July 31, in the case of academic works, and on September 30 in the case of TFG and TFM. To qualify for the awards you only need to submit a copy of the work, once it is approved, along with the information requested, in the USC records. In this link you can consult the complete bases of the contest.
[info: Xornal USC]
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