Special Group in Coaching Psychology

Student Project Award

Call for Nominations

As part of our commitment to encouraging and supporting coaching psychology research, the Special Group in Coaching Psychology offers a Student Project Award. 

The winner of the SGCP Student Project Award is made in recognition of a distinguished, completed research project in coaching psychology conducted whilst undertaking a formal course of study in coaching psychology.

The winner will receive:

  • A complimentary place at the SGCP Coaching Psychology Workshops & Conference 2017 where the award will be presented (attendance at the Conference will be free of charge for the award winner. However, it will be responsibility of the awarded winner to cover their travel costs, accommodation and any other expenses)
  • The opportunity to present their research at the Conference
  • The opportunity to promote their research through the publications edited by the SGCP
  • A £500 prize 

The recipient of this award will be eligible for student status of the British Psychological Society and membership of the SGCP and is currently, or has been within the last two years on an undergraduate, postgraduate or doctoral programme of study.

Submissions for this award can be made by the person who has completed the research study or by a third party who wishes to recommend the individual for the Research Award. Nominations will only be accepted for named individuals.

The award will be made to the person whose research is deemed to make the most valuable contribution to the field of coaching psychology (a high number of submissions may result in more than one award representing different levels of study: undergraduate, master’s and doctoral level research projects). Innovation will be considered alongside scientific rigour in the conception, design and analysis of the study. The award winner will be selected by an Awards Committee whose decision is final.

Nominations should consist of a succinct summary of the project (approximately 2,000 words) with a clear indication of what was achieved. The judges reserve the right to request data to substantiate the findings reported. Nominations should also state why the project is worthy of consideration for the Student Project Award. 

The project must be complete, represent the independent work of the student and be accompanied by a reference from the student’s supervisor. 

The winner will be notified in early November 2016.

Please note that individuals will not be considered for more than one SGCP award in any one year.

Nominations must be received by Monday 30 October 2017.

Nomination form

Submissions should be sent to h[email protected]

Student Project Award Winners