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BP Prizes for undergraduates, October 2016

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BP Prizes for undergraduates, October 2016

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BP visited our New Building on the West Cambridge Site on Thursday 6 October 2016 and presented generous prizes to undergraduates for good performance last year in their second year (CET I).

Firstly, the representatives from BP distributed cheques and copies of Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook to the prize winners. Then they described the company's summer internship scheme. After the formal part of the evening, there was a social event with drinks and pizzas.

Four students have been awarded BP prizes for outstanding performance:

  • Boon Siong Neo
  • Clare Rees-Zimmerman
  • Sam Ringer
  • Gillian Sandford

Five students have been awarded BP prizes for outstanding coursework:

  • Henry Dawes
  • Matthew King
  • Charlie Song
  • Penny Wang

There were also BP achievement prizes to all students who were awarded a First or a II.1 in CET I last year.

In total, 52 students received a cheque and a large number of Perry's were distributed.

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