Former Ferrers student, Nicola Kenton, has been accepted for the highly prestigious BBC Trainee Sports Reporter Scheme. BBC - Kick Off Trainee Sports Reporter Scheme - Careers
Nicola has been fully involved in sports reporting during her time at Birmingham. Here is a link to some of her journalism http://www.redbrick.me/author/nicola-kenton/
Nicola is currently in her second year at Birmingham university studying for BSC in geography.
Have a look at Nicola's most recent article here
Currently studying at Cambridge, find out more about languages at Cambridge University, click here
First Class Honours Degree - BSc Sport and Exercise Science at Nottingham Trent University 'When you feel like giving up, think of all the people that would love to see you fail'
'There are no secrets to success. It's a result of preparation, a lot of hard work, and learning from your failures'.
Gaining my 2:1 degree in Education Studies and English at De Montfort University is by far my biggest achievement in life. During university I was able to develop all of my skills to a much greater level and a find a new found love for my subjects. Although my career choice has altered slightly, I know that my degree will enable me to apply for jobs that I never could have dreamed of before. Also, uni life helped me come out of my shell and make some fantastic new friends that will be there forever.
For me, university has been life-changing. I have travelled all over the world, and have even lived abroad for a year! Being a part of different groups and societies has given me so many great opportunities, leading me to discover that university is not all about academic achievement, but personal development too. It is a journey that I would recommend to anyone. I study BA Modern Languages with Management (French and Spanish) at the University of Leicester. I’m in my fourth and final year and spent last year living in Avignon, France and Seville, Spain as part of my degree! - Loren has now graduated with a 1st