UC College of Business and Law Essay Competition 2017 Results
09 November 2017
University of Canterbury College of Business and Law Essay Competition for 2017 Winners have been announced.
We received entries across the country for our competition this year. All the students showed great interest in the potential political policies and how they affect business and law.
Congratulations to all our winners:
Seniors: Years 11-13
Tuan Khai Nguyen - Auckland International College - First Senior Economics
Xavier English - St Patricks College Wellington - Second Senior Economics
Nandini Singh - Ormiston Senior College - Third Senior Economics
Amelia Townshend - Cambridge High School - First Senior Law and Justice
Catherine Sutton - Tauranga Girls College - Second Senior Law and Justice
Sophie Marris - Christchurch Girls High School - First Media and Marketing
Azaria Howell - Cashmere High School - Second Media and Marketing
Hanifa Kodirova - Tawa College - Third Media and Marketing
Andrew Tang - Scots College - First Taxation
Tian Gibson - Epson Girls Grammar - Second Taxation
Emma McDonnell - Aquinas College - Third Taxation
Juniors: Years 9-10
Hannah Sherwood - Christchurch Girls High School - First Junior Economics
Daniel Li - Cambridge High School - Second Junior Economics
Jess Cotton - Christchurch Girls High School - First Society
Mary Stanley - Christchurch Girls High School - Second Society
Rachel Edwards - Glendowie College - Third Society
Ferne Skill - Northcote College - First Finance
Alexandra Banks - Christchurch Girls High School - Second Finance
Libby Stead - Christchurch Girls High School - Third Finance
Sophie Newton - Glendowie College - First Junior Law and Justice
Mary Stanley - Christchurch Girls High School - Second Junior Law and Justice
Lily Marris - Christchurch Girls High School - Third Junior Law and Justice
Thank you to all the schools who supported our Essay Competition as part of our Outreach Programme.
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