Anglia Ruskin scoops national employability award
University and college students win recognition from Chartered Management Institute
Anglia Ruskin acquired the Partner of the Year class on the Chartered Management Institute’s (CMI) inaugural Higher Education (HE) Awards. Student Jack Williamson, who’s learning the BA Management and Leadership course run at the side of Barclays, additionally received the Student of the Year award.
Two different Anglia Ruskin college students, Harry Pepper and Christian Mussard, had been additionally finalists within the Apprentice of the Year class.
Institutions had been judged by the influence they’ve made on scholar employability, skilled growth and enrichment of scholar expertise. Shortlisted college students all confirmed a excessive stage of educational achievement in addition to skilled growth in administration and management.
Dr Sally Everett, Deputy Dean at Anglia Ruskin’s Lord Ashcroft International Business School mentioned: “We are completely delighted that the Business School at Anglia Ruskin University has been recognised with this prestigious award from the CMI.
“From the outset, we had been in little question of the advantages our partnership with this skilled physique would carry to our college students, graduates and employees. We have been decided to maximise the alternatives supplied by the CMI.
“Since 2014, we have enjoyed a relationship which is broad, far-reaching, and value-adding. This award acknowledges a curriculum which is professionally accredited, employer-engaged, and recognises the value of courses which embed external speakers, industry insights and the development of practical real-life skills.”
Vanessa Knowles, Director of Corporate Programmes at Anglia Ruskin, mentioned: “In Jack’s nomination, he was recognised for the work that he had undertaken as a part of his diploma programme.
“Barclays PLC played a significant role, not only promoting Jack’s abilities and talents and his excellent personal brand, but it was also a great means by which his programme and Anglia Ruskin has been promoted within Barclays PLC at significant levels.”
The awards had been held this week (21 February) on the CMI’s annual HE convention in Bishopsgate, London.
Image:l -r: Christian Mussard, Dr Sally Everett, Vanessa Knowles, Harry Pepper, Jack Williamson.
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