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Our standard entry First class student is Edmund Chua from Malaysia who studied at Advanced Tertiary College.
Our graduate entry First class student is Dr. Sarah Flemig from who studied independently.
I felt like I was on top of the world upon receiving my results. It was worth all the hard work, sacrifices and sleepless nights. I would like to dedicate this achievement to my parents, lecturers and classmates at ATC. A big thank you for all your love, guidance and encouragement throughout this journey. This achievement belongs to each and everyone of you as much as it is to me.
Studying law had been my dream for years and while the journey to my LLB was no doubt challenging, I loved every minute of it. I was working full-time while studying and also had my daughter halfway through, so things took a bit longer than I had planned. Making time to study required a lot of compromise and dedication but the experience was so rewarding – it has opened a fascinating world of legal thought and I have already been able to use what I have learned in my day job. The University of London team have been so wonderful in their support and I cannot stress enough how high the quality of the study guides and Virtual Learning Environment is. I may have been studying independently but never felt alone – my heartfelt thanks to the University of London support and academic staff, as well as my family and friends. It is such a privilege to receive the First Class Honours and the award really goes to them more than to myself.