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Tamsin Fawn and Katie Rayner are current BSc (Hons) Clinical Photography students at the University of Westminster and have been awarded prizes of £500 each for achieving exceptionally high marks. Prizes are awarded by the university to a small number of students at the end of the academic year on the basis of their performance throughout the year. Course leader Dr Sophie Triantaphillidou said, ‘it is unusual for two students from such a small course to receive these awards, which demonstrates the dedication of our students and the staff team to excellence in the profession’.
BSc (Hons) Clinical Photography students in an Adobe InDesign workshop at the University of Westminster
The University of Westminster still has a small number of places on the course for the academic year 2011 – 2012. For details of the course and how to apply follow this link: http://www.westminster.ac.uk/schools/media/photography/bsc-clinical-photography