First year Students commended for extracurricular ‘Passport’ sessions


​Nine students in their first year of (BSc) Business and Management Studies have been commended for their extracurricular engagement with 'Passport' sessions.

The Passport sessions are designed to equip students with the skills they need to manage their studies whilst at University. It further develops the skills introduced in the Induction Programme.

These students were commended for completing the programme, they successfully achieved 90-100% attendance throughout the course. Students provided appraisals of the sessions which will be fed into next year's programme.

Dr Elizabeth Eustace, Programme Director for Business and Management studies commended the students on their success, ''we are very proud of these students who have shown a willingness to gain knowledge beyond the core curriculum and who will be future ambassadors for the programme.''



Image Caption:

Back row L-R

Ben Jones, Gary Samuel (Year 1 Tutor), David Evans

Middle row L-R

Luke French, Dr. Elizabeth Eustace (Programme Director), Angela Joseph (Head of Business and Management), Kamal Hannan

Front  row L-R

Wiebke  Kroschel            

Jessie-Lea  Edwards       

The following students who are not pictured but who were also commended for their engagement with the Passport sessions:

Alfred Cross

Jordan West      

Jack Wedlake