Seven hundred and fifty University graduates donned caps and gowns for their graduation ceremonies on Friday 30th November 2007 at Canterbury Cathedral. Canterbury Christ Church University Pro Chancellor, the Bishop of Dover, the Right Reverend Stephen Venner, and Vice Chancellor, Professor Michael Wright, congratulated the new graduates. Professor Wright said: new graduates are important to Canterbury Christ Church because they have contributed to the University and will continue doing so in their work or further study. I hope that the University has helped them to develop the knowledge and skills to meet the challenges and opportunities presented by whatever path they follow. I wish them congratulations on their achievement and the very best good fortune for the future. Bundy, 28, from Canterbury, achieved a 2:1 in Sports Science and received the Blanthorn Award for the highest marks in practical performance. Paul said: loved my time at Canterbury Christ Church and am pleased to be graduating today. It was a real surprise to receive this award and I would like to thank the Department of Sports Science. Payne, from Canterbury, achieved a Business and Marketing degree after originally leaving school with no A level qualifications. However, thanks to a free higher education certificate and diploma run by Canterbury Christ Church University Centre for Enterprise and Business Development, which aims to develop local people, she won a place on the University Business degree programme. Elizabeth, who donned her cap and gown today (Friday 30th November), said: left school at 16 with good GCSE grades. Following my time working in jobs that had few opportunities I felt I should gain some academic qualifications. The course was a great opportunity to develop a variety of skills. I am now looking forward to the birth of my child in January and working for Network Rail on their graduate scheme commencing September 2008. Business degree was also awarded to a former Prison Service worker from Aylesham, who sought to update her academic qualifications to build on her vocational experience. Susan said: sixteen years as a prison service worker, I suffered a bout of ill health. After attending an induction session for the course I became keen to update my skills. I dramatically improved by computing and presentation skills and it has motivated me to continue studying in other areas. Hutter, 24, from Canterbury, achieved a first class honours degree in Business and Marketing and received an award from the Institute of Management for the final year student with the highest mark in corporate strategy. David, who is now doing a combination of business development, media and design for The Real Psychology Group, said: is a fantastic honour and I am delighted to accept this award. My time with the University has been unforgettable and I have thoroughly enjoyed my graduation day. Jones, from Canterbury, achieved a first class honours degree in History and Marketing at the University. I have really appreciated the outstanding support from my lecturers and following my year of practical training as an assistant, I hope to continue my work in the magazine industry. graduate, Eileen Parker, a former secretary who was a full time carer looking after her husband, from Thanet, was able to update her academic qualifications, thanks to a free Higher Education Certificate and Diploma run by the University Centre for Enterprise and Business Development, which aims to develop local people. Eileen, who donned her cap and gown today, said was really keen to update my qualifications and the Higher Education Certificate in European Business provided the perfect opportunity for me to study and continue to care for my children. My computing skills are now more advanced and my confidence has increased as the course tutors encouraged participation and interaction between students. Garnham, 25, from Stowmarket, East Anglia, achieved a first class honours degree in Business and Accounting, despite undergoing heart surgery in his third year. Stephen also received an award for the student obtaining the highest grade in accounting from Kent chartered accountants, Reeves and Neylan. Stephen said: receive the award was not only a great honour, but also a huge surprise. The award could have gone to anyone. To obtain this degree is particularly significant to me because I underwent major surgery in my final year and it was an extremely intense time catching up. However, I am delighted with the end result. Science graduate, Lisa Guilliland, 21, from Essex, received a 2:1 and the University Gordon Underwood Prize for excellence in sports psychology. Lisa said: was a surprise and great to see that all of my hard work paid off in the end. I am so pleased to be graduating today and to get this award is an extra bonus. Science graduate, Jordan Laggoune, 23, from Hove, East Sussex, has been awarded the Lea Ray Insport Prize for his overall contribution to the University Sports Science programme. Jordan said: is great to have my achievement fully recognised and my ambition is to go into fitness coaching for football. Aaberg, 22, from Maidstone, achieved a first class honours degree in Tourism Management and received an award from Canterbury City Council for the best overall marks. Mikaela also won an award for best tourism student from the Association of Tourism for Higher Education. Mikaela said: really happy and this has been the best three years of my life. I am currently working in sales, however, I hope to gain work experience in different parts of the tourism sector, before I finally decide on what I am going to do with regards to my career. graduate, Nikki Clare, 21, a former pupil of Rainham School for Girls, was presented with an award from Eurotunnel for Best Overall Service Management. Nikki, who is working as a marketing assistant for Exponential, said: have really enjoyed my studies at Canterbury Christ Church, it was a lot of fun and I feel very proud today. Goldring, 22, a resident from Rainham and a former pupil from Chatham Grammar School for Girls, achieved a first class honours degree in Sports Science. She has been awarded the Routledgefalmer Prize for outstanding academic work. Natalie said: am really proud. It is nice that the University has recognised all of the effort and hard work that I have put in. graduate, David Smith, 21, a former pupil of Fulston Manor School, Sittingbourne, was presented with the Business Award for Achievement by Fujifilm Sericol. David, who now works for the head office of CI Holdings as part of their marketing team, said: am absolutely overwhelmed to receive this award. My studied at the University Broadstairs Campus and I shall miss my time at the University greatly. Bridge, 23, a former pupil of Caterham School, Caterham, Sturrey, achieved a first class honours degree in business with marketing. He was presented with the Shepherd Neame Award for the final year student to have made the most progression over the course of his degree. Richard, who is now working as a broker relations executive for Fidelity International in Surrey, said: am delighted to have received this award and to have gained a first class degree. It feels amazing and rounds up an enjoyable three years at Canterbury Christ Church. graduate, Gillian McDermott, from Thanet, a former retail travel regional sales manager, was able to update her academic qualifications and achieve a first class Business degree, thanks to a free higher education certificate and diploma run by the University Centre for Enterprise and Business Development, which aims to up skill local people. Gillian, who donned her cap and gown today, said I took redundancy from my job as a retail travel regional sales manger I decided that I wanted to convert my practical skills to academic qualifications. The course and degree has improved my competency in a number of areas. For my final dissertation I worked on gaining competitive advantage for a local company with whom I was working and as result of the exercise I am now working as their marketing co ordinator and am currently co ordinating a re branding project. Box, a former Metropolitan Police Officer from Thanet, also graduated with a first class Business degree after completing the free higher education certificate. Suzanne said: leaving the police force I felt that I needed to update my academic qualifications. The course was brilliant because it allowed me to study during the hours my children were at school and as a result of the continuing support I received, I decided to continue studying and complete a degree. Cockle, 22, a former pupil of Coombe Bank School, West Malling, achieved a first class honours degree in Business Studies with Marketing and was given an award for the final year student with the highest mark in marketing by the Chartered Institute of Marketing. Speaking of her achievement, Debbie said: am quite excited and very honoured, this is quite a surprise. We all worked extremely hard and it is wonderful to be reunited with everyone in the Business School on this graduation day. you would like photographs or further interviews with the graduates, please contact Canterbury Christ Church University Media Relations Officer, Claire Draper, on 01227 782391. Notes to EditorCanterbury Christ Church University Canterbury Christ Church University is the largest centre of higher education in Kent for public services notably teacher training, policing and health and social care. The University is also a significant provider of programmes in a wide range of academic areas within its Faculties of Arts and Humanities and Business and Sciences. From a small independent College of less than five hundred students all training to be school teachers in the 1960s, we have grown to a fully fledged university with 14,000 students and 1,000 staff members with campuses in Canterbury, Tunbridge Wells, Broadstairs, Medway and Folkestone. 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