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The Gullers Grupp Award

The Gullers Grupp award for research in the subject of societal actors' communication

The Gullers Grupp Award is annually granted to the author (authors) of a Master´s thesis written at the Department of Strategic Communication of Lund University. Send your thesis and a copy of your official grade at the latest 16th of June 2018.

The thesis should hold a high academic quality and bring new knowledge to the area of communication that is pertinent to social issues. The definition of ”societal issues” is broad, encompassing both private and public communicators.

The Master´s thesis that will be brought up for consideration will require a grade of B or higher, issued by the Department of Strategic Communication. The assessment committee will include representatives from Gullers Grupp and the department of strategic communication.

The awarded author (authors) will receive a price of 15 000 SEK and the winning thesis will be published on the website of Gullers Grupp.

The theses brought up for consideration must be written in Swedish or English. Both individually and jointly authored theses are welcome to apply.

If you want to apply for the award – send your thesis and a copy of your official grade to Award [at] gullers [dot] se.

Last day to submit applications is the 16th June 2018.

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About Gullers Grupp:

"Gullers Grupp is a top tier, award-winning communications agency in Sweden. Our typical clients play central roles in society and in addressing its challenges. Many are close to, or a part of, the public and political sectors. We help these actors to communicate in complex environments demanding trustworthiness, objectivity and transparency."