Chemical Engineering student in the final 10 for the Science Undergraduate of the Year Award 2019

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Krystel Goodwin, a third year student on the Chemical Engineering MEng programme, has made the top 10 for the Science Undergraduate of the Year Award 2019

Krystel Goodwin, a third year student on the Chemical Engineering MEng programme, has made the top 10 for the Science Undergraduate of the Year Award 2019. She will be at the grand final in London at the end of April to celebrate this achievement!

Since gaining work experience at ExxonMobil and a 12-week placement with Hoare Lea in summer 2018, Krystel has received three summer placement offers from Morgan Stanley, Barclays, and KPMG. We would like to congratulate Krystel on her achievement! 

TARGETjobs Undergraduate of the Year Awards is a competition open to students across the UK where they can win prizes such as placements, internships and trips abroad with internationally recognised organisations. There are 14 different awards that cover a range of academic subjects and skillsets. To make it to the final of the Undergraduate of the Year Awards 2019, students had to first complete an application, including essay style questions and online tests. Having passed that stage students were either invited to a telephone interview or to take part in an assessment centre. The panel were extremely impressed by Krystel and invited her to the grand final on 26 April.