I. General Rules
EBA International Awards:
'Best Enterprises of Europe' and 'Best Manager of the Year', registration # 2401351;
'Socrates Award', registration # 2349306;
'United Europe Award', registration # 2367598;
'European Quality Award', registration # 2351135;
'Queen Victoria Commemorative Medal', registration # 2367599
‘The Name in Science Award’
established by the Europe Business Assembly (Oxford, United Kingdom). The main objectives are to promote European leaders and strengthen international economic, scientific and cultural relations while promoting European integration.
Personalities, politicians, as well as public figures, businessmen, scientists and artists are presented with EBA International Awards for their achievements and contributions to today’s society.
The awards are created by the prominent Englishman Alfred Winiecki in his London workshop. They are made of precious metals, covered with pure gold (999,9 standard) and encrusted with Swarowski crystals.
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'BEST ENTERPRISES OF EUROPE'
For professional achievements in commercial activities
International Prize 'Best Enterprises of Europe' and 'Best Manager of the Year' Award. The statue is made by famous London jeweller Alfred Winiecki. It is produced in the shape of a hand symbolizing hard work. The Director General of a nominated company is presented with the 'Best Manager of the Year' Award.
The complete set of the prize consists of statue, medal, certificate and diploma.
For intellectual development of today’s society
The medal of the 'Socrates Award' is made from precious metals with a Socrates image in profile, covered with pure gold (999,9 standard) and encrusted with Swarowski crystals. There is an inscription on the medallion 'Primus Inter Pares'. The medallion is attached to the medal via ribbon.
The complete set of the award consists of the order symbol, a statue and the diploma 'Grawerton'.
'THE UNITED EUROPE AWARD'
For personal contribution to the development of European integration
The medal of the 'United Europe Award' is made of precious metals, covered with gold (999,9 standard) and Swarowski crystals.
There is an eight-pointed star at the base of the medal and in the centre a medallion depicting a golden European continent against a light-blue background. On its outline there is an inscription 'United Europe Award'.
The complete awards set consists of the order symbol, a pink breast ribbon, a statue and the diploma 'Grawerton'.
For aspiration to achieve high quality in accordance with European standard
The medal of the 'European Quality Award' is made of precious metals. There is an light-pointed star with a round medallion at the base of the medal composition, depicting a lion as a symbol of power, nobility and grace. Around the circle of the medallion is the inscription 'Labores Pariunt Honores' — 'European Quality'.
The complete set of the award consists of a medal, a statue and the diploma 'Grawerton'.
'QUEEN VICTORIA COMMEMORATIVE MEDAL'
For maintaining traditional values of virtue, bravery and integrity
The medal and pendant of the International Award, named after Queen Victoria, is made of precious metals covered with pure gold. At the base of the medal composition there is a salient double-sided cross. In the centre of the cross there is a round medallion depicting Queen Victoria’s profile on one side and Queen Victoria’s monogram on the other. Around the medallion outline — on the other side of the cross — there is the inscription 'Victory is ours'. The whole composition is hung up like a crown and decorated with 70 pieces of Swarowski crystals.
The complete set of the award consists of a medal, a pendant, a badge and the diploma 'Grawerton'.
‘The NAME IN SCIENCE AWARD’
Nomination of candidates for the International Prize in the field of scientific research. ‘The Name in Science Award’ is given to scientific teams, scientific societies, authorities, public organisations, business structures, scientists, politicians and public figures.
A holder of the title ‘The Name in Science Award’ receives the following attributes:
• A memorable sign on the blue ribbon ‘For contribution to world science’. On the front there is a bas-relief of Aristotle and the inscription ‘Glory to a Scientist’. On the reverse side there is the inscription ‘For contribution to world science’, Oxford, UK.
• A Diploma is awarded to ‘The Name of Science' confirming that the nominee’s name has been recorded in the World register of outstanding scientists.
• An insignia of purple colour.
III. Nominating Process
The Socrates Committee chooses the winners based on recommendations by its National Committees.
Presentations of candidates eligible for International Awards are submitted to the National Committees by the International Image Programme 'Leaders of the 21st Century'. The following documents have to be submitted:
• Candidate’s filled-out questionnaire;
• List of professional and / or personal achievements;
• References / recommendations (from authorities, business circles, etc.);
• Advertising material;
• 3 photos.
IV. Award Ceremonies
Award ceremonies take place in spring and autumn each year in Oxford (UK) or other countries, to be selected by the International Image Programme 'Leaders of the 21st Century'.
Representatives of government, business, education, the arts and media participate in the award ceremonies.
The award ceremonies take place in historical and official sites (Town Hall of Oxford, etc.).
Award winners are provided with promotion and advertising materials (photos, video, etc.).
V. Wearing EBA Awards
The 'Best manager of the year' medal is worn on the chest (left side).
The 'Socrates Award' is worn on the breast.
The 'United Europe Award' is worn on the breast ribbon.
The medal and statue of the 'European Quality Award' is exhibited in a suitable place of the prize-winner’s enterprise.
The 'Queen Victoria Commemorative Medal' is worn around the neck and the badge on the breast (left side).
VI. Delivery of Duplicates,
Storage and Delivery of Award Items
In case of loss or damage of awards, duplicates are usually not provided, however, duplicates may be delivered if the award winner was not at fault.
Duplicates of International Awards are provided by EBA on special request(s) and at the winner’s own expense.
Complete sets of International Awards are kept at EBA’s offices in Oxford.
Complete sets of International Awards may be given to museums in England and / or other countries for temporary exhibitions.
The regulations regarding delivery, duties and terms of exhibition(s) have to be determined by both parties.
Oxford, United Kingdom