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BSc International Management Roll of Honour

Congratulations to our class of 2020

Congratulations from us all

A round of applause from School of Management staff to our class of 2020

Academic prize winner


Congratulations to our best performing student

Keiran Shergill - Winner of the BMW Prize and the Dean's List for the best performing finalist student on BSc International Management

The BSc International Management roll of honour

Congratulations to the 2020 Finalists from BSc International Management.

Benjamin C J Airey
Victor Allam
Kayleigh Marie Baker
Dila Balci
Dalila Battaggia
Rhys Buckley
Juliette Dorval
Jonathan Green
Maya Khurana
Ashley Erich Ying-Hao Knight
Marco Landwehr
Svenja Luise Sophie Landwehr
Lu Lu
Jatin Sanjeevi Rao Mallipudi
Kathrin Mariko Musahl
David Joseph Pedreno Rippin
Emma Shaw
Keiran Shergill
Michela Emma Stump
Olivia Anneliese Van Bergen Gonzalez-Bueno
Philline Warnholtz
Jack Rowan Woodward

School of Management Citizenship Award winner

Keiran Shergill

Keiran Shergill

Each year we recognise a student who has gone above and beyond to enhance the student experience and enriched the lives of those on their course, the School, University and the wider community.

Kieran has been a superstar during his four years on the BIM course, helping out with many key events and initiatives along the way to enhance the student experience and give back to the School, the University and the wider community. He has always been willing to share his time and experiences with other School of Management students via mentoring first year students and by supporting students throughout his time with us.

Kieran has been actively engaged with the student voice by being an Academic Representative for the course in his first and final years and also served as Faculty Representative in his second year. His ability to communicate effectively with his course and get the voices of those on BIM heard has been invaluable. We are sure that BIM having the highest completion rate in the School on the National Student Survey is down to his support and influence!