September 20, 2011, by Toby Cope
“The Award is what a Nottingham education is all about” – Vice-Chancellor, Professor David Greenaway
The Vice-Chancellor, Professor David Greenaway, has talked about his belief in the Advantage Award and the value it offers students at the University. Now in it’s fourth year, the Award has been created to make Nottingham students stand out to graduate recruiters, realise their potential and get well-deserved recognition for the extra-curricular activities they take part in, as well as understanding the employability skills they gain through undertaking them.
For new and current students alike, the Vice-Chancellor sends this message of encouragement and explains why you should get involved in the Award:
“At Nottingham we really believe in the all-round learning experience our University has to offer. The Nottingham Advantage Award is what a Nottingham education is all about. It pushes your thinking further, develops you as an individual and helps to prepare you for a successful career when you leave us.
The Advantage Award is an innovative way of building some of the many extra-curricular opportunities available to you as a Nottingham student into your time here, and I encourage you to take this exciting opportunity to get involved in this award-winning scheme.”
Professor David Greenaway
It’s not just the Vice-Chancellor who has great things to say about the Award! Find out what employers, staff and students have to say by taking a look at this page – click here.
To find out more about getting involved in the Award please visit our website and watch this video.
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