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” STUDENT: LUISA VODICOVÁ A student who travelled from the Czech Republic to study in Worcester says she hopes her degree will set her on the path to a successful career in business.

Luisa Vodicová graduates from the University of Worcester with a BA (Hons) in International Business Management.

With a First Class degree secured, Sophie hasn’t rested on her laurels for a minute.

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Student: William Kitching Wales’ top men’s singles badminton player, William Kitching, celebrates another achievement today, as he graduates from the University of Worcester.

William, 21, from Solihull, who holds the number one position in Welsh national badminton, has completed his degree in sports coaching science and is now using his expertise and skills to help the next generation of young players.

I selected the broadest course possible, where I could learn many different things and find out what I like and what I am good at. “My family will be there, and I love that the ceremony will be held in the beautiful cathedral with all my friends and classmates.” UNIVERSITY FELLOWSHIP: RUTH FITZSIMONS RUTH Fitz Simons, who has worked tirelessly to help disadvantage and disabled young people, will receive a Fellowship from the University of Worcester today.

"International Business Management offered lot of freedom in module composition, plus we had the opportunity to go on a student exchange to a different country.” While at university Luisa got involved in volunteering at the Daisychain Benevolent Fund Bookstore in St John’s, which she said was an experience she really enjoyed. Ruth is a member of the governing board of the national charity, the Lord’s Taverners, giving young people a chance to engage in sport and recreational activities within the community.

I am continuing to train and plan on playing at the Welsh international in November 2017 and then trying to retain my Welsh national singles title for the third year in a row, in February 2018”.

STUDENT: SOPHIE MAY AN undiagnosed learning difficulty hasn’t stopped one student from achieving First Class Honours in her degree, and as she graduates this week, a bright future lies ahead.

Ronan Treacy was born into a medical family in Birmingham where his father was a GP for 40 years.

In 1983 he qualified from Birmingham Medical School and developed an early interest in research and trauma surgery.

“However, I recently found out that Badminton Wales have not got the funding to be able to send anyone to the commonwealth games,” he said.

“Obviously this came as a massive blow to me but I am staying positive and not given up on my dream of competing in the games in the future.

As recipient of The Royal College of Surgeons Laming Evans award in 1991, he took time out from his training to investigate the role that alterations in Red Cell membranes play in the development of Respiratory Distress Syndrome.

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