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Students win summer graduation achievement awards

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This year particular mention goes to final year BSc Finance & Investment Banking student Dina Ghanma, who won 4 separate prizes including the WCIB prize which was presented by their representative Stephen Clark.

Full list of award winners:

Undergraduate prizes

  • James Burke: ICMA Centre Best Performance at Part 1
  • Xin Lu: ICMA Centre Best Performance at Part 2
  • Dina Ghanma: ICMA Centre Best` Performance at Part 3, Dean’s Excellence Award for top performer, Outstanding Contribution to Finance and Investment Banking Programme over 3 years, The Worshipful Company of International Bankers (WCIB) prize
  • Sean Harper: Outstanding Contribution to Finance and Investment Banking Programme over 3 years

Postgraduate prizes

  • Ke Ma: Highest Achiever Award

  • Dimitrios Vlissidis: ICMA Centre & ALBA Graduate School Academic Achievement for MSc International Shipping & Finance 2016
  • Ahmed Tarek Kamel: Vetiva prize
  • Yue Shu: Chartered Institute for Securities and Investments (CISI) Educational Trust award

Visit our undergraduate and postgraduate awards and prizes pages for more information.

Published 26 July 2016

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