Canterbury Cathedral was the magnificent setting for students from the School of Engineering and Digital Arts to receive their degrees on Tuesday 17th July 2018. This was preceded by a Reception and Prize Giving in the School where families, friends and staff celebrated their academic success. Prizes were awarded as follows:-
The Neon Prize was awarded by Mr Ashley St Pier, Senior Product Designer, to Miss Ilarna Ngwe Zie Nche for the Outstanding Use of Mobile and Web Technologies.
The Speech Link Multimedia Ltd Prize was awarded by Mr Peter McLeod, Director, jointly to Miss Emily Vinsen and Mr David Swann, for Best Final Year Project with a Therapeutic Application.
The Teach First Prize was awarded jointly to Mr Bradley Cotton and Mr Alexzander Farrall (in absentia) for Distinguished Performance in Examinations.
The Digital Media Hub Prize was awarded by Ms Famy Rashid, Digital Media Hub Manager, to Miss Amber Smith for Best Final Year Digital Project Application.
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Chapter Final Year Prize was awarded by Professor J Wang to Mr Torran Caufield for Best Final Year Undergraduate Project in the Telecommunications Area.
The Institution of Engineering and Technology national prize was awarded by Professor Nathan Gomes to Mr William Fuller for Distinction by a Final Year Student on an IET Accredited course.
The BAE Systems Prize was awarded by Mr Peri Mehmet, Systems Graduate, BAE Systems Submarines, to Mr Joseph Richmond-Knight for the Most Outstanding Project by a Third Year CSE Student.
The BAE Systems Prize was awarded by Mr Peri Mehmet, Systems Graduate, BAE Systems Submarines, to Miss Maryam Rajitola (in absentia) for Inspiring the Participation of Women in Engineering.
The BAE Systems Prize was awarded by Mr Peri Mehmet, Systems Graduate, BAE Systems Submarines, to Miss Fatima Butt for Inspiring the Participation of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Communities in Engineering.
The Megger Instruments Ltd Prize was awarded by Mr Jonathan Odonde, Technical Director and Mr Thomas Taylor, EDA Alumni, to Mr Xiaohui Xu.
The Faculty of Sciences Dean’s Prize was awarded by Professor Farzin Deravi to Mr Alexz Farrall (in absentia) for Outstanding Performance in the Examinations.
The Faculty of Sciences Rotary Prizes were awarded by Professor Farzin Deravi to Mr Bradley Cotton and Mr William Fuller for Distinguished Performance in Examinations.
Many congratulations to all prize winners and to all our graduates upon your exceptional achivement!