Name of Prize                
Description
Department for Environment and Heritage Encouragement Prize in Cultural Tourism    Awarded to the student who has the most progressively improved GPA from First Year to Second Year of the Bachelor of Cultural Tourism course
Department for Environment and Natural Resources Prize in Tourism    Awarded to the student who has made the most significant contribution to the environment and/or heritage in any or all of the topics: TOUR3102 Tourism Placement A, TOUR3103 Tourism Placement B, TOUR3104 Tourism Research Project A, TOUR3105 Tourism Research Project B, TOUR3107 Tourism Project A and TOUR3108 Tourism Project B in the Bachelor of International Tourism course
Ecobusiness Consultants Prize for Nonfiction    Awarded to the student who submits the best original piece of nonfiction prose, not exceeding 3000 words, which has not been accepted for publication, offered for publication or entered in any other contest until the results of this prize are known.
Groundprobe Geophysics Prize for Archaeological Geophysics Awarded to the student who achieves the highest overall result for the topic ARCH8307 Introductory Archaeological Geophysics
Malcolm Fox Prize Awarded to the Third Year Drama performance student (Bachelor of Creative Arts (Drama) or Bachelor of Arts), with the highest grade point average during that year.
The ACHM Graduate Student Archaeology and Heritage Management Prize    Awarded to the student with the highest GPA who has completed 36 units (but no more than 36 units) in either the Graduate Diploma in Cultural Heritage Management or the Master of Cultural Heritage Management.
The Australian Cultural Heritage Management (ACHM) Prize Awarded to the student who achieved the highest grade for ARCH2108 Cultural Heritage Management A.
The Comber Consultants Prize for Archaeology Awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark for a Master of Archaeology thesis in each calendar year.
The Comber Consultants Prize for Cultural Heritage Management Awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark for a Master of Cultural Heritage Management research project in each calendar year.
The Imprints Booksellers Fiction Prize    Awarded to an original, unpublished short story not exceeding 3000 words, which has not been accepted for publication, offered for publication or entered in any other contest until the results of this prize are known.
The Imprints Booksellers Poetry Prize Awarded to the student who submits the best original, unpublished poem not exceeding fifty lines, which has not been accepted for publication, offered for publication or entered in any other contest until the results of this prize are known.
The McGraw-Hill Prize for Intermediate Students of French Awarded to the best Intermediate Level student, enrolled full-time or part-time in French at Flinders University, who has obtained the highest average percentage mark across FREN2201 Intermediate French Part 1 (in Semester 1) and FREN2202 Intermediate French Part 2 (in Semester 2) in any one academic year.
The Modern Greek Language Teachers Association Prize Awarded to the student enrolled in any of MGRE2213 From the Point of View of Alexandria, MGRE2214 Greek Mythology: Gods, heroes and mortals, MGRE2211 Modern Greek Culture and Society 1, MGRE2212 Modern Greek Culture and Society 2, MGRE3211 Modern Greek Cultural Studies 1, and MGRE3212 Modern Greek Cultural Studies 2 who attains the highest mark in the Culture component of the topic.
The South Australian Cyprus Community Prize in Modern Greek    Awarded to the student enrolled in any of MGRE2502, MGRE2502A, MGRE2502C, MGRE2502D Special Topic in Modern Greek Culture or in the upper level (Second or Third Year) topics (Beginner or Advanced Streams) who attains the highest mark in the Culture component of the topic.
The St Spyridon College Prize in Modern Greek Awarded to the student enrolled full-time or part-time in Modern Greek at Flinders who attains the highest mark in first year MGRE2201 and MGRE2202 - Intermediate Modern Greek Part 1 and Part 2. The results attained in both Semester 1 and Semester 2 in the one year will be taken into account.
Unibooks French First Year Beginners Prize Awarded to the First Year student (full-time or part-time), who has obtained the highest overall grade and percentage mark in French Beginners over Semester 1 and 2.

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