Imperial College London

Nine Imperial students shortlisted to be Undergraduate of the Year


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The students are being recognised for their exceptional skills and achievements by making it to the final out of 4,700 applicants.

Congratulations are in order for the nine Imperial students who successfully made it through three rounds of this year's targetjobs Undergraduate of the Year Awards. Now in its 14th year, 2023 saw record breaking engagement, meaning the competition was its fiercest yet.

The annual competition is aimed at finding the UK's best undergraduates in 13 categories, including Software Engineering, Future Actuary and First Generation Undergraduates of the Year. Each award is partnered by a prominent graduate recruiter who provides a fantastic prize for the winner, which could include a paid internship or a trip abroad, among other exclusive opportunities.

This year’s 13 winners will be announced out of 130 finalists at the Grand Final in Canary Wharf on Friday 21st of April. The finalists will be celebrated with a networking reception and three course meal followed by host Sue Perkins' announcement of the well deserving winners. 

Learn more and stay up-to-date with the results here  and remember to keep your fingers crossed for our finalists!

Undergraduate of the Year


Eilis Lysaght

Eilis Lysaght
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