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Published on Tuesday 29th of January 2019

At the London Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall, QA students gathered to celebrate the graduation of their respective degrees from the University of Roehampton.

Students were able to enjoy the breath-taking views, attend workshops set-up throughout the centre and celebrate their fantastic achievement with friends, family and fellow peers.

Notable speakers on the day included the renowned children’s author Jacqueline Wilson (Chancellor of the University) and GB’s Women Hockey Team Head Coach, Danny Kerry, who led them to Gold at the 2016 Olympic Games.

Many students of QA Higher Education were present to collect their well-earned certifications in several Business and IT related programmes across various degree study levels.

This day was of significant importance to QA Apprenticeships as it welcomed the graduation of the first-ever class of degree apprentices from their Technology and Management degrees. The non-traditional routes these graduates have taken to achieve their degrees really shows the barrier-breaking power of apprenticeships and this Class of 2019 paves the way for 1,000+ QA degree apprentices in tech and management studying in six cities across the country.

We would like to congratulate our University of Roehampton students on the perseverance and tenacity shown to complete their degrees, we wish you all the best in your future endeavours.

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