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Yorkshire student is pick of the crop
2:53pm Monday 30th July 2012 in Farming
A STUDENT from North Yorkshire was named top student on the BSc (Hons) Agriculture course at Myerscough College.
Blaise Ter Haar, from Catterick Garrison, was awarded the Duchy of Lancaster Scholarship in recognition of the exceptional dedication and commitment that he has put into his studies.
The award was made at the college’s two-day annual graduation and awards ceremony at its Preston campus.
Tutor Anya Westland said: “Blaise can be extremely happy with his efforts during his time on the course. He has won this award because of his hard work, dedication and talent for the subject.”
Blaise, who has secured full time employment with GrainCo at Tyne Dock, South Shields, said: “I have loved my time at Myerscough College doing the BSc (Hons) degree and particularly enjoyed the module about world food supply.
“The experience and helpfulness of all the staff has been fantastic.
“I will take away many fond memories from my time here.”
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