The Dorian Fisher Memorial Prize.

The 2022 competition is currently closed. Next year’s competition will open in Spring 2023.

We are delighted to announce this year’s competition for A- Level and IB students, with a 1st prize of £500 and £250 each for three runners up. There is also a prize of £500 for the school with the highest number of entrants. The top 10 entries will all be invited to a special one-day event at the IEA in the Autumn term.

The competition is open to students studying International Baccalaureate or A Level.

This competition is named after Dorian Fisher, the wife of IEA founder Sir Antony Fisher, who was a long-time supporter of the Institute and its work.