Student Employee of the Year
31 May 2012 update
As well as Christos Marazopoulos being the winner of the International category at the University of Bath he has now won the Regional South West section too. This is the first time the University of Bath has won anything regionally at the Student Employee of the Year Awards (SEOTY) awards. He will now be put forward for the national finals in July.
11 May 2012
Christos Marazopoulos from the Department of Politics, Languages and International Studies has received an award for the international category of the Student Employee of the Year Awards.
The Student Employee of the Year Awards aim to recognise and promote the outstanding contributions and achievements of students who combine part-time work with their study commitments. It has been coordinated on an annual basis by the National Association of Student Employment Services (NASES) since 2002 and has grown year on year. In a difficult graduate recruitment market, a SEOTY award can boost a students CV and give them the all important edge they need to succeed. The SEOTY institutional winners for the University of Bath chosen for 2012 were recently presented with their awards at a ceremony on the 3rd May.
"This International Student Employee of the Year (SEOTY) award has made me really happy, because it acknowledges my work for the Self-Access Language Centre (SALC), and also is a testament of the importance placed by the University to reward its employees' efforts for quality services to students and staff." - Christos Marazopoulos.