Five undergraduates in the Faculty of Health have won prestigious scholarships at the University
Five undergraduates in the Faculty of Health have won prestigious scholarships at the University. The awards, which are for the September 2009 undergraduate entry, are in two categories: for UK undergraduates and for EU undergraduate students.
Artem Homer and Kevin Sung, both in the School of Medicine, have been awarded Vice Chancellor’s Scholarship awards. European Union Scholarships, were won by Rebecca Aherne (School of Medicine), who is from Ireland and two award winners are in the School of Allied Health Professions: Victoria Kinsey (Speech and Language Therapy
) who completed her secondary level education in Spain, and Gabriel Lees (Physiotherapy
) from who completed secondary education in France and Switzerland.
Associate Dean of Admissions for the Faculty of Health, Dr Lucy O’Driscoll, said, “Our warmest congratulations go to all the award winners in the Faculty. Competition for both the Vice Chancellor’s and EU Scholarship awards is from across the University and the selection process is very stringent. The awards reflect the fantastic all-round academic achievement, commitment and contribution by the winners to their courses and to the University.”
There is more information available about the University’s scholarships scheme: Click here