Ambitious Leicester student wins award

A former international student of the University of Leicester at the Rolls-Royce museum

A former student of the University of Leicester International Study Centre has been recognised for her achievements at the University of Leicester Student Awards 2017.

An exceptional student

Oishi from India was awarded the President and Vice Chancellor Student of the Year award, which celebrates the fantastic achievements of students throughout the year. The winner does not only excel academically, but also supports their peers to do their best.

Oishi was also Highly Commended for the Outstanding Commitment to Professional Development award. This award recognises students who prepare for their future with extra-curricular activities, such as work experience and volunteering.

This is not the first time that Oishi’s achievements have been recognised. The BEng Software and Electronic Engineering student was recently nominated in the Telegraph STEM Awards, as well as being shortlisted for the TARGETjobs Undergraduate of the Year award for Computer Science, IT and Physics.

Leicester is a great place for ambitious students like Oishi to develop their skills. The University is ranked 25th in the UK.*

Oishi graduated in 2017 and went on to work as a Software Verification Engineer at Rolls-Royce, a job she was offered after completing a Year in Industry at the company during her degree. Find out more about Oishi's journey by watching our video with her.

 

* The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2017