Posted: Thu 27th Jul 2023

Chester University: Flintshire student shines with prestigious enterprise award

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Thursday, Jul 27th, 2023


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Chester University celebrated the achievements of its soon-to-be graduates with the Valedictory Prize Ceremony.

The annual event shone a spotlight on those students who excelled in their studies, contributed significantly to student and community life, and demonstrated entrepreneurial acumen.

Liam Boyle from Holywell, studying International Business Management, was awarded the prestigious Department of Management’s Award for Enterprise.

Liam’s commendable journey from setting up his own business in his second year, mentoring local school children, to producing an exceptional dissertation, marked him as a distinguished achiever.

Speaking on why Liam was chosen for the award, Dr Connie Hancock, Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Management, stated, “Liam’s achievements in the field of entrepreneurial excellence, his dedication to outstanding academic performance, and his commitment to the local community have set him apart.”

Liam responded with modesty and gratitude, “I’m very honoured to be chosen for this Valedictorian Award, and I am filled with pride that such nice words have been said about my time here at Chester.”

The Valedictory Prize Ceremony was held at Queen’s Park, the home of the Business School, and was attended by distinguished members of the faculty, friends, and family of the recipients.

The ceremony recognises and rewards the noteworthy accomplishments, talent, and dedication of the students in various fields.

This year’s winners also included Hannah Taylor Murphy, Arfana Ali, and Kirsty Curtis, each acknowledged for their impressive achievements.

These prestigious awards stand as a testament to the dedication, perseverance, and talent of students at the University of Chester.

Liam will embark on his journey as an Army Officer after graduation carrying the knowledge and experiences gained during their time at the university.

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