DELC students receive Lancaster Award

Date: 15 June 2010

Ten final-year students from the Department of European Languages & Cultures are amongst 100 students from across the university who have recently become the first recipients of the Lancaster Award. The department offers its warm congratulations to these students:

Charlotte Last (French Studies)

Laura Ellicott (French Studies and English Literature)

Maya Dibley (French Studies and English Literature)

Philippa Turner (French and German Studies)

Anna Steele (French Studies and Linguistics)

Charlotte Hall (French and Spanish Studies)

Samantha Cooling (French and Spanish Studies)

Nicholas Peat (German and Italian Studies)

Bryony Gannaway (Italian Studies and Mathematics)

Abigail Britten (Spanish Studies and Mathematics)

The Lancaster Award prepares students for the job market by ensuring they develop the skills employers want, whether through work experience, volunteering or social activities.

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Associated departments and research centres: European Languages and Cultures