Student Commendation Awards

Commendation Categories

Award Categories 

Do you know a student who is deserving of one of the below awards? Voting lines are now open and will close on the 1st July. Click here to place your vote.

 

Student Voice Commendation

Awarded to a student or students who promote student interests through engagement with the University. The student will champion the student voice and promote positive change.

WINNER: Omotayo Olaiya

The Business School

 

 
Society Commendation

Awarded to a society committee member or members who contribute extensively to the student experience at BPP. For instance, through innovative events, projects or marketing.

WINNER: Rachael Clapham 

The Law School

 

Diversity & Inclusion Commendation

Awarded to a student or students who strives to make BPP a more inclusive place. Their actions will have supported those     from marginalised or underrepresented backgrounds.

                            WINNER: Thi Dac Nguyen                                                                 The Business School 

 
Pro Vice-Chancellor Commendation

Awarded to a student or students whose personal sporting, academic or cultural achievements have raised the profile of BPP. This commendation will be reserved for the most outstanding achievements of the student community.      

WINNER: Yavneesha B. Veerappa    

The Business School 

                           

Academic Support Commendation

Awarded to a student or students who have supported their peers academically and have gone out of their way to support the progression of others.

WINNER: Harry Cowdery

The School of Nursing 

 
Peer Support Commendation

Awarded to a student or students who have given pastoral support to their peers and supported them on their student journey. Their actions will have helped a fellow student progress academically.

WINNER: Talha Rehman 

The Business School 

 

Career Support Commendation

Awarded to a student or students who have supported the career development of their peers. This could be through organised events or informal advice.

WINNER: Bhawna Ramphul

The Business School (Psychology)

 

 
Extra Mile Commendation

Awarded to a student or students who have gone above and beyond to improve the student experience at BPP. This might be on behalf of a society, course, class or campus.

WINNER: Shelley Mackay 

The School of Nursing

                                                                          

BPP Community Commendation

Awarded to a student or students who have contributed to the physical or online BPP community.

WINNER: Iyi Adesan

The School of Technology 

 
Soci Commendation

Awarded to a student or students who have shown excellent commitment to one of the BPP Pro Bono projects.

WINNER: Joanna Ginting 

The Law School