Dupe was among seventeen students to receive recognition at the London South East Colleges Student Awards Ceremony last week. She arrived at Rose Bruford College in Sidcup to collect a very prestigious accolade for outstanding academic achievement awarded by the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB).
A creative media production student from London South East Colleges’ Orpington Campus received his award for excellent performance and unbeatable attendance on-course at this month’s Student Awards Ceremony 2017. He took to the stage to collect his award from special guest Michelle Dewberry, a former winner of The Apprentice and now a Sky TV presenter and entrepreneur.
Jonathon is a very keen road and rail enthusiast who is determined to find a job working within the realms of transport planning, infrastructure and administration. Ideally he would love to play a role in the planning of rail routes through the capital and claims the main source of his passion for all things transit, is Harry Beck’s classic design of the London underground map.
There was joy, celebration, applause and loud cheers echoing around the auditorium walls at London South East Colleges' first ever inaugural awards last night. At times, the individual stories of courage, determination and dedication were enough to bring tears of emotion as the audience was told of the levels of adversity and obstacles students had overcome to succeed on their chosen courses.