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Bromsgrove student Kam Kouhi wins prestigious award

Bromsgrove Editorial 17th Jul, 2017 Updated: 17th Jul, 2017

A BROMSGROVE student has been awarded a top prize for his outstanding efforts during his studies, writes Will Scarle.

Kam Kouhi, 22, who studies at Keele University, received the Mike Collinson Memorial Prize which is awarded to the undergraduate student with the best Criminology dissertation.

He graduated from the Staffordshire university with a 2:1 in Philosophy and Criminology.

Kam said “I feel very proud to be awarded this prize.

“It feels like my hard work has truly paid off and I’m honured to be awarded this prize in honor of the former member of staff in Criminology, Mike Collison.”

Speaking about his university experience, he added “My time at Keele was fantastic.

“I would not have changed my experience at Keele University for any other university.

“It was great.”

Visit www.keele.ac.uk for more on Keele University.

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