The Queen's Anniversary Prizes celebrate excellence, innovation and public benefit in work carried out by UK colleges and universities. They are run by the Royal Anniversary Trust, an independent charity.
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Round 14 Prize-winners announced

Twenty-one UK universities and colleges were formally announced as the Round 14 Prize-winners on 25 November 2021, approved by Her Majesty The Queen. The Prize-winners have been recognised for work in areas crucial to UK and international society, such as the response to the global pandemic and tackling climate change. The total number of Prizes awarded since 1994 now stands at 296. The full list of Prize-winners can be found here.

FE colleges recognised for work in the new economy

A total of six FE colleges are amongst the Round 14 Prize-winners. This is the highest number of FE colleges awarded a Prize in a Round since the scheme began in 1994. It illustrates the critical work taking place across the sector to train young people for employment in the new green economy. The full list of Round 14 Prize-winning colleges can be found here.

Celebrating UK further and higher education

All UK colleges and universities have the opportunity to enter for a Queen’s Anniversary Prize. Winners of this prestigious award, which is granted by HM The Queen as part of the UK honours system, receive a Prize Medal and Certificate from a senior member of the Royal Family at a presentation ceremony held at Buckingham Palace.