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Architecture student shortlisted for National Student Award

UNIVERSITY NEWS LAST UPDATED : 26 FEBRUARY 2016
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Amrit Thatti, student on the BA (Hons) Architecture course at Birmingham School of Architecture and Design has been shortlisted as a regional finalist for the National Student Award for ‘Women in Property’.

The recognition

The recognition, including a cash prize of £300 and opportunities to obtain paid summer work experience next year, comes as a result of the student submitting desires for a career in the architectural profession alongside fellow students and demonstrating 'strong engagement with the wider context of the field'.

Thatti’s heavy involvement in the construction of the Nightmare on Curzon Street event in October led to her nomination, which involved designed and creating a horror maze to celebrate Halloween. Amrit Thatti said:

Amrit also reflects on how her experience at Birmingham School of Architecture and Design has positively influenced her confidence and self-belief:

10th anniversary

This year sees the 10th anniversary of the National Student Awards, as universities across the UK continue to recommend their best students.

Amrit now prepares to go head-to-head with other students in the national final, with the winner receiving a trophy and £700 cash prize to be awarded at the Black Tie Awards dinner at Claridge’s in September 2016.

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