Claudia Spencer wins regional Women in Property Student Awards

We are delighted that Claudia Spencer, a Civil Engineering student who is part of our scholarship programme, has won the South East regional Women in Property Student Awards and she is now a finalist in the National Awards.

The Women in Property Student Awards seek out the best Built Environment degree students, highlighting to industry the necessity to link with Universities early in the education process.

Claudia is the sixth consecutive winner of the award from the University of Surrey and has received £300, a free membership to the Women in Property Association as well as the opportunity to take part in its mentoring programme.

She will now represent the South East in the National Student Awards Best of Best at Claridge’s in London on 18th September.

For further information on the Women in Property Association, please click here.

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