22 April 2020
The University has made the shortlist for Nursing Associate Training Programme Provider of Year, Partnership of the Year and Teaching Innovation of the Year. Nursing students Luul Abdirisak Ali and Martin Gayle have both been shortlisted for the Mary Seacole Award for Outstanding Contribution to Diversity and Inclusion.
Jane Perry, dean of the School of Health, Sport and Bioscience department, said, “To be recognised as one of the best Nursing Associate training programme providers in the country, as well as having the opportunity to celebrate our most outstanding students and their contributions to diversity and inclusion, is a great honour.”
My counsellor contacted me every day throughout the application process and helped me receive an unconditional offer. I am so grateful to SI-UK and will never forget them. I will study very hard as I feel this is the best reward I can give the whole team.
Maggie Kiwanuka Social Care at Canterbury Christ Church University