South coast stars grab management gongs
23 October 2014 -
A quartet of high achievers at Brighton Business School have been recognised for their efforts
Four top students at Brighton Business School (BBS) were this summer handed gongs by a senior Chartered Management Institute (CMI) executive. Lydia Clifton, Claire Slater, Kate Moore and Mark Andrews scooped the prizes at the south coast institution.
The foursome were handed their awards by CMI customer engagement director Narinder Uppal. “It was an honour and privilege to hand over the awards,” said Uppal. “Each of the four fully deserved their recognition. It was a great day.”
Clifton was the first undergraduate to receive the dual award of the BA (Hons) and the CMI Level 5 Diploma in Management and Leadership – which is part of BBS’s partnership initiatives with CMI. The dual award aligns university courses with CMI qualifications, allowing graduates to receive both accreditations without duplication of effort.
All four winners received free full CMI membership for a year.
CMI award for achieving the best overall performance in the CMI Level 5, Diploma in Management and Leadership.
The CMI award for commitment throughout the CMI Level 5, Diploma in Management and Leadership programme.
Mark Andrews (right of picture)
The CMI award for acting as a role model on the CMI Level 5, Diploma in Management and Leadership programme.
Lydia Clifton (second right)
CMI London and South East Award Diploma in Management and Leadership for the best performing final year student.
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