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Bristol students highly commended in 2015 Undergraduate Awards

2 December 2015

Eight Bristol students have been recognised in the 2015 Undergraduate Awards for the quality of their written coursework.

The Undergraduate Awards is the world’s largest academic awards programme; this year there were 5,117 submissions from students in 255 universities across 39 countries.

Eight Bristol undergraduates, some of whom have since graduated, were recognised as Highly Commended in the following categories:

Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Hamish Clark

Languages and Linguistics
Amber Bartlett
Christopher Lloyd

Classical Studies and Archaeology
Sam Jourdan

Literature Pre-1710
Isabel Orange

Engineering and Built Environment
Max James

Medical Sciences
Aasiya Ginwalla

Tom Dean

All Highly Commended Entrants, along with the Winners, were invited to the Undergraduate Awards conference in Ireland in November.


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