Architecture and Built Environment students celebrate their success at ABE achievement awards
5 March 2013
Achievement awards are funded by the Scholarships Office and are the University’s way of rewarding and encouraging excellence and progression within the University.
The students nominated had achieved some of the highest overall average marks in their year of study. Each recipient was presented with a certificate and a cheque for £1,000 by the Dean of School, David Dernie, at the event organised by the School.
The evening included a general knowledge quiz and drinks reception so the award winners could celebrate their success with their guests and tutors.
A selection of images from the event
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