first-class honours degree


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By chance, her husband Andy, aged 44, also gained a first-class honours degree in what was sociology and social policy from Coventry University in 1998.
A WOM to get a first-class honours degree and a successful career took her own life after struggling to cope with the stress of moving home, changing jobs and a love split.
THE brother of cancer charity hero Stephen Sutton has achieved a first-class honours degree after sitting his final university exams following his sibling's death.
A straight-A student taking medicine at Oxford is 10-3 to graduate with a first-class honours degree, while one reading media studies at Leeds who achieved three Bs at A-level is 5-1 to serve up a first and about 1-5 to serve up fries.
He went on to achieve a first-class honours degree in human biology and infectious diseases, and had started a career outside rugby.
Holly Oreschnick, who graduated with a first-class honours degree in English language, received her award for scoring the highest Creative Writing portfolio mark on her course.
Davies, who graduated from the University of Gloucestershire in 2008 with a first-class honours degree in events and marketing management, will manage marketing and public relations for the new pounds 6.
Not only has Mrs Donnelly helped to set up a specialised nursery and become an expert in picture communication for children who cannot speak, but she has also gained a first-class honours degree in professional studies in education.
He gained his first-class honours degree from Northumbria University and was acknowledged for outstanding achievement.
At Oxford University she achieved a first-class honours degree at the age of 13.
AN engineering apprentice is making her mark at a major multi-national company after being awarded a first-class honours degree.
Yinka gained a first-class honours degree in electrical engineering before working in the telecommunications industry.
With a first-class honours degree in business management from the University of Chester and a masters in strategic entrepreneurship from the University of Southampton, he has a particular interest in small private sector businesses.
She graduated with a first-class honours degree in mathematics from St Andrews University then completed a PhD at Glasgow University.
Katrina, from Chepstow, Gwent, gained a first-class honours degree at Imperial College London and was on a gap-year trip before starting a job with an engineering consultancy.