December 4, 2019, by Lisa Chin
Winners announced in 2019 Images of Postgraduate Experience photography competition
Announcement of winners
We are pleased to announce the winners of this year’s Images of Postgraduate Experience photography competition. The full results are as follows:
Kumbirai Ivyne Mateva, 3rd year PhD student at the School of Biosciences
Mak Yin Ying, 2nd year PhD student at the Department of Biomedical Sciences
Nguyen Nhat Tan, 3rd year PhD student at the Nottingham University Business School
“Well done to all the contestants and many congratulations to winners! This photography competition gives us an exciting and interesting glimpse of postgraduate experience of our students at the University,” said Deepa Kumari Veerasingam, Head of Graduate School.
“The endgame for your postgraduate journey would be a time to spread your wings and fly high as your future in waiting for your,” continued Deepa.
Our annual photography competition for postgraduates
First started in 2014, the photography competition challenges postgraduate students to capture people’s interest and enthuse them about their postgraduate experience at the University of Nottingham Malaysia.
The announcement of winners and prize-giving ceremony were held during our annual Christmas celebration on Wednesday 4 December 2019. A total of 11 contestants from various disciplines took part in this year’s competition. In line with the theme Endgame, they showed what is their ultimate goal out of the postgraduate course that they are doing, what do they want to produce and where do they want to end up in their career.
All the entries are displayed on some of the walls at the Postgraduate Hub in H1B12 for your viewing pleasure. So do check them out!
Tell us what you think
We want to know your positive and constructive thoughts on the entries. Tell us which entry relates to you the most and why, or which one motivates and inspires you. We would like to feature your thoughts on our social media platforms for sharing with the rest of the postgraduate community on campus.
So don’t bury your thoughts, convert them to texts and email to us at email@example.com.