Winter Graduation 2018
This week Keele graduands and their families and friends returned to campus for a wonderful day of graduation ceremonies.
On Thursday 18th January, students celebrated their achievements and joined Keele’s extensive global alumni community, with several students scooping prizes for their achievements.
Dorcas Tiwaa Addai, 26, from Ghana, who achieved a Masters in Human Rights, Globalisation and Justice received The Patrick Thornberry Prize for writing the best dissertation on her course. Reflecting on her time at Keele, Dorcas commented:
“Keele campus is an ideal place for studying and making many beautiful memories that will last a lifetime.”
Luke Bellamy, 27, from Sussex, completed a Masters in Environmental Sustainability and Green Technology. He received a prize for Best Dissertation on his course, and commented:
“Keele has a very supportive environment and friendly feeling. I also studied my undergraduate course at Keele, and it inspired me to go on and do a Masters. Keele has given me the right skills to work in my field and work collaboratively with large companies.”
Read more about this year’s prize winners on our official student voice blog.
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