‘Best lecturer’

Posted on 03 September 2013.
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The contest is open to: 

University teachers and the teachers of other higher educational institutions.


The entrants should:

  • submit their entry no later than 15 November 2013;
  • provide an autobiography with three photographs (up to 2 pages);
  • provide clear information describing how the entrant’s accomplishments fit the competition criteria – this could include relevant facts and figures where possible, details of a particular initiative or initiatives, evidence of international and national recognition, statistical data(up to 5 pages) and photos (up to 5 images); and
  • write a short description of an innovative teaching process or methodology that has already been implemented, together with a written brief explaining how it relates to other methodologies, and its potential implementation in other higher education institutions(up to 5 pages).

You can also attach:

  • a film clip (up to 3 minutes) with a short description of yourself as a teacher, your method of teaching, your scientific activity and the contribution you have made to your institution’s overall vision and strategy.


Please send all information to:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

If you have any further questions please contact Catherine Sanders at the same email address.


The winner for this award will be decided in accordance with the following criteria:

  • commitment to and excellence in academic work;
  • active and interactive teaching methods as well as whether the teacher meets students’ needs;
  • the scientific activity and creativity of the teacher;
  • how the teacher’s engagement with students has impacted positively in and beyond the academic role, how it has had an effect beyond the institution;
  • research contributions, publications, books, etc.;
  • evidence of demonstrable progress or success; 
  • professional recognition, awards, etc.;
  • contribution to the institution’s vision and strategy;
  • involvement in student welfare activities;
  • honesty, integrity, conduct, character and the teacher’s ability to get along with colleagues, students and others.


Click here to download the Entry Form for ‘Best lecturer’

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