The Student Awards recognise students who, through their conduct, achievements and contribution to our community, have had a profound impact on the School.
Last year the awards were presented at the annual Student Celebration Evening, which took place at London's legendary venue, Koko, (Camden)
The evening was a wonderful night of entertainment, awards and memories with the graduating class of 2017.
The winners in each category were as follows:
Transformed the student experience of their peers
This is for students that have had a direct impact on their peers, particularly within a programme.
This impact may be through academics, career or social.
Examples may include an exceptional advocate or representative; or someone who has gone out of their way to support their classmates learning.
Alex Tuya (EMBA-LJ)
Ann Kang (EMBA-DS)
Belinda Neal (EMBA-LJ)
Bhaven Pandit (Sloan)
Clare Burton (MiF-PT)
Elliott Coleman (Mif-PT)
Morten Siggaard (MiM)
Bhagyata Kinger (MFA)
Ashni Shah (MBA)
Exceptional service to the School community
This is for impact through organised activities such as clubs and events.
Or service to the School through being an ambassador, prominent role-model or spokesperson.
Examples may include students that have run exceptional club activities, created incredible events or been outstanding student ambassadors.
Alan Wong (MBA)
Chin Ta Sim (MiF-FT)
Diana Guzman (EMBA-DS)
Lola Wajskop (MiM)
Ricardo Tannus (MiM)
Rick Lewis (MBA)
Sara Ganz (MFA)
Carolyn McLain (MBA)
Vishnu Chundi (MBA)
Abhinay Kakuturu (MiF-FT)
Lasting contribution to the School
Leaves the School a significantly different and better place.
Reserved for truly exceptional impact.
Nick Deakin (MBA)
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