Hays prize rewards Engineering student's excellent work
Swansea University Engineering student Paul Isaac has beaten strong competition to win a top prize from leading specialist recruitment consultancy Hays Civil and Structural Engineering.
Image: Grant Edwards, Manager at Hays Civil and Structural Engineering presents the prize to winning student Paul Isaac.
The purpose of the award is to promote, recognise and reward excellence in the field of engineering and Paul, who graduated from the University last month with a MEng Civil Engineering, won the award for the Best Dissertation.
He was presented with a certificate and a cheque for £150 by Grant Edwards, Manager of Hays Civil and Structural Engineering.
Speaking after the award presentation Grant Edwards said: “A lot of people don’t realise that there is a shortage of qualified engineers in the UK. This prize is a small step to reward the next generation for their hard work.
“Not only is it great to support students to pursue a career in engineering, but we would also encourage students to explore the many employment opportunities that exist locally.”
For further information about the School of Engineering at Swansea University visit the School's website.