Sheffield College student wins national bursary

23rd September 2020

A Sheffield College student has won a national bursary for outstanding achievement and overcoming adversity.

Shahzeb Hashmi is one of two students nationally to have won a Peter Roberts Collab Group Bursary award. He received the £2,500 award at a presentation held outside the College’s City Campus on September 14th 2020. 

Shahzeb completed an English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Level 2 qualification at the College, secured the highest grades in all progress and final exams, and is now progressing to the University of Sheffield to study law.

The award has been set up to honour the memory of Peter Roberts, who was an outstanding Principal of Stockport College and Leeds City College as well as a former Chair of Collab Group. 

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