It's the time of the year where we award outstanding student project teams and societies!
This year, and with our annual Gala postponed to the Autumn, it is our pleasure to announce the 2021 winners. Our London Campus Prize winners are:
Student Society of the Year, 2021: UNICEF London
UNICEF London raised several thousand pounds this year for important causes. Amongst 20+ active societies in London, UNICEF attracted the highest number of votes for their work, which has made a difference to lives and society. The prize is accepted by Board members: Anna Lelorieux and Riccardo Maldarelli.
Student Consultancy Project of the Year, 2021: MDT/Eagle Genomics
This year the London Campus helped to set up 20+ remote Consultancy Projects with client companies across the world. Almost all projects received great feedback, but one team went above and beyond with their work, receiving fantastic feedback from their tutor and client.
An MSc in Digital Transformation Management & Leadership team consisting of Alexandra Dirani, Timothee O'Neil, Theis Slimane, Malte Witting, Carla Zablocki and Kenza Zanzouri, worked with Eagle Genomics and attracted the following feedback from their client:
"We sincerely appreciated the team’s diligence and flexibility. As the group learned more about the microbiome and data platform markets, they continuously refined their hypotheses and questions, resulting in specific and insightful conclusions.
"Their professionalism ensured the project was stress-free and a true additive in our strategic process. It was a delight working with them and learning from their work. Congratulations, and very well-deserved.”
Social Impact Projects of the Year, 2021: MMK & BSc
An MSc in Marketing & Creativity team featuring Carlota Dolben, Olga Vovk, Lucas Rault and Johanna Jintoft are this year's winners for postgraduate project of the year.
The team are organising the first sustainability and impact conference for students on the London campus, as part of their Marketing for Social Impact course.
A Bachelor in Management (BSc) team featuring Victor Baret, Maria Ghirado, Reda Haddou, Mailis Le Guillou, Annalisa Santoni, and Valentine Buffiere De Lair developed an outstanding tool to help educate children about disabilities.
'Dare or Not' (previously Kolkata Doon Bosco Ashalayam) is an original game and edu-tool ready for adoption by educators.
Our prize-winning teams are being given a number of tickets for the delayed 2021 Gala and/or cash contributions to the future work of their societies.
Thanks to everyone involved in making these awards happen and congratulations to the winning teams and nominated parties!
Find out more about Student Societies at the ESCP London Campus