Our UOG Prize Winners

SBCS’ relationship with the Faculties at the University of Greenwich began in 1999.  Since then, our students on our Greenwich programmes have done well in both academia and the professional sphere:

 

Chelsea Riley; Nicholas Pierre; Nicholas Seegobin; Shekinah Budhai

November 2016 | BSc (Hons) Computing & Information Systems

Achieved 2nd Place overall at Teleios Code Jam 2016

Tied for 1st Place for Best Presentation at Teleios Code Jam 2016


Carissa Samaroo

January 2015 | BSc (Hons) Computing & Information Systems

Winner of 2015 idea2innovation (i2i) business grant for her application, CrimeShield


Kristen Waithe; Keisha Waithe

November 2013 | BSc (Hons) Computing & Information Systems

Achieved 1st Place overall at Teleios Code Jam 2013

Achieved 1st Place for Best Code at Teleios Code Jam 2013

Achieved 1st Place for Best Presentation at Teleios Code Jam 2013

Achieved 1st Place for Best Code Challenge at Teleios Code Jam 2013

Achieved 1st Place for Most Innovative at Teleios Code Jam 2013


Jesse Tamer; Suzannah Williams; Kevin D’Andrade

November 2013 | BSc (Hons) Computing & Information Systems

Achieved 3rd Place overall at Teleios Code Jam 2013


Lisaan Dipchan

November 2013 | MSc Occupational Hygiene

Recipient of the British Occupational Hygiene Society Book Prize for Best Dissertation on Accredited Programme for 2012-13


Jabari Holder; Khadjha Constantine

November 2012 | BSc (Hons) Computing & Information Systems

Achieved 3rd Place overall at Teleios Code Jam 2012


Anton Robinson

March 2012 | MSc Information Systems Management

Recipient of Award for outstanding achievement on the MSc ISM programme


Rody Alcindor

March 2012 | MSc Information Systems Management

Recipient of Award for outstanding achievement on the MSc ISM programme


Tisha John

June 2011 | MSc Occupational Hygiene

Recipient of the British Occupational Hygiene Society Book Prize for Best Dissertation on Accredited Programme for 2010-11


Fiona Geoffroy

June 2011 | MSc Safety, Health & Environment

Recipient of the British Occupational Hygiene Society Book Prize for Best Dissertation on Accredited Programme for 2010-11