The EUCE has established an award for the best essay on any aspect of the European Union. Students are encouraged to examine topics that deal with individual member states or the Union as a whole.
The award is worth $100.
Essay Prize Details PDF[251KB]
Ben Bisset was the previous winner of the Essay Prize in 2015. His essay was on The European Parliament and the MERCOSUR Parliament as Tests of Rationalist Theories of International Relations PDF [227KB]
Navid Dehghani won the Essay Prize in 2016. His essay was on the Right to be Forgotten ruling in the EU, titled Search Results: Error 404 - Page Not Found. PDF [262KB]