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2012 Graduation Ceremony at University College London, Australia
7 December 2012
This morning University College London held its second ever graduation outside London, with 18 students from Australia, Bangladesh, Brazil, Canada, Nigeria, Papua New Guinea and Trinidad and Tobago.
A number of eminent guests attended the ceremony, including Professor Ian Chubb, Chief Scientist of Australia and Professor Malcolm Grant CBE, President and Provost of University College London.
MSc graduates Ntasha Berry and Conrad Mulherin were awarded the prestigious Torrens Prize (academic achievement) and Grote Medal (UCL values) respectively.
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