International students awarded scholarships
5 May 2011
On 4 May, many of the 21 students who were successful in winning a 2010/11 International Scholarship attended a winners’ awards ceremony, hosted by the International Office. Each winner was congratulated by the Pro Vice-Chancellor, Professor Avril Waterman-Pearson, who awarded the certificates.
Each year, the International Office rewards the highest achieving international students with scholarships that contribute towards the cost of their tuition fees. For 2010/11 entry, 12 undergraduates and nine postgraduates from across all faculties were awarded scholarships. Winners this year are from Canada, Chile, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Mauritius, Mongolia, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, USA and Vietnam.
The students pictured at the awards ceremony are as follows:
- back row, from left to right: Harris Kaufman (Canada); Ricardo Daniel Linker Saravia (Chile); Misha Arora (India); Ashwin Rao Kristnama (Mauritius); Arman Dostmohamed (Kenya); Minh Tung Le (Vietnam)
- front row, from left to right: Misako Sano (Japan); Aditi Chandramouli (India); Li-Chia Liu (Taiwan); the Pro-Vice Chancellor, Professor Avril Waterman-Pearson; Mai Phuong Chu (Vietnam); Thi My Chau Trinh (Vietnam); Dulguun Ganbold (Mongolia); Quang Tran (Vietnam).
Scholarship winners not in attendance were Daphna Anducich (USA); Mariah Griffin-Angus (Canada); Ryan Hon (Hong Kong); Karam Jardaneh (Jordan); Shashitha Chamaka Kularatna (Sri Lanka); Cheuk Yan Joshua Lee (Hong Kong); Emilia Morano-Williams (USA); Namy Yu (South Korea).
More photos of the event will soon be available on the International Office homepage.