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200 final-year students receive degree results

Published: 
24 June 2008
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ECS 2008 graduates received their degree results on Friday 20 June, the culmination of their BSc, BEng, or MEng programmes in the School.

Two hundred final-year students waited anxiously on Friday morning for the final degree results to be posted up in the School's Zepler Building. The students had taken either the three-year BSc or BEng programmes in ECS, or the four-year MEng programme, on one of the School's 23 different undergraduate programmes.

A range of emotions were visible with celebrations beginning almost immediately. The students will receive their degrees at graduation ceremonies on Friday 18 July. 'It is a significant achievement to have successfully completed an undergraduate degree in ECS,' said Head of School Professor Harvey Rutt. 'We are delighted to be able to congratulate our students on the result all the hard work that has gone into their studies here and look forward to seeing them and their families at the graduation ceremonies.'

One final-year MEng student, Sean Nuzum has enjoyed his time at Southampton so much that he's made a video about it. Sean has used his time as a student to the full, running the ECS student society, taking part in the University entrepreneurs society, Fish on Toast, and also making videos for the Students' Union. His contribution to the University is recorded here, and if you'd like to vote for him in the Real World Awards and vote by Monday 30 June.

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