The President's Medals are regarded as the most prestigious student awards in architectural education. They are awarded annually to the best design project at Part 1, the best design project at Part 2 and the best overall dissertation. Schools are invited to submit their nominations in September, and the award winners are announced in December. There is also an exhibition of the submitted work, profiling the best and most innovative student work emerging from schools of architecture worldwide.
The Annie Spink Award for Excellence in Architectural Education is a biannual award for an academic or group of academics who have made an outstanding contribution to architectural education. Details on the 2012 awards and nomination process are available on the webpage, along with an archive of award winners.
The RIBA's offices around the UK also run education awards for the Universities in their area.
The RIBA East Student Awards showcase and reward the talents of outstanding students whose work has been selected as the best in their year.
The RIBA North East Student Awards celebrates the talent of architectural students in the region and rewards students in the pursuit of excellence in the study of architecture.
The RIBA South Student Awards recognise the efforts and talents of architectural students in the region.
The RIBA Yorkshire Student Awards recognises the talented architects of the future from the four RIBA accredited schools of architecture in the Yorkshire and Humber region.