Project Coordinator, Tina Kennedy, said: ³It¶s great to see the students growin confidence and ambition through the year. They all work really hard tocomplete the portfolio of work and the certificates are well deserved!´One of last year¶s participants commented: ³The experience of following theProgression Module made me realise that learning is an on-goingdevelopment throughout life. I feel confident that I¶ll achieve my dream of becoming a university student very soon.´Two ceremonies will take place in the Gandhi Hall at the University¶sHeadingley Campus. All students will be invited onto the stage to receive their certificates and will be addressed by Deputy Vice-Chancellor StrategicDevelopment, Dr Paul Smith.
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Leeds Metropolitan University has 30,000 students and over 300,000associate students through its partnerships with 24 colleges.
The University has achieved its best ever Research AssessmentExercise results. Sports-Related Studies is in the top 6 institutions inthe country with research rated at the highest levels of 4* and 3*.
The University¶s award-winning learning environments include theiconic Rose Bowl building, awarded Best Commercial PropertyDevelopment in the 2009 Yorkshire Property Awards; BroadcastingPlace, winner of the 2010 Leeds Architecture Awards New Buildingcategory and the pioneering Carnegie Village student accommodation.