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Chancellor’s Awards Celebratory Reception

This was a fitting opportunity to mark the achievements of 70 of the University’s most talented students who achieved top marks in their School or subject area during the last academic year.

Included in these were ICMA Centre students Amy Ho and Juvereya Shoab who are now in their second year and Yihan Zhou and Aaron Lam who are finalists.

The Vice-Chancellor, Sir David Bell, congratulated the very best and highest academically achieving students and welcomed the Chancellor who was extremely pleased to celebrate the success of these students. Each recipient of the Chancellor’s Award is featured in a specially designed and created yearbook which they received during the Awards Reception along with a bespoke University pin-badge.

Many congratulations from all at the ICMA Centre to Amy, Juvereya, Yihan and Aaron!

Published 27 November 2012

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