MA: DTCE student wins School of Education’s ‘Platt Prize’

The results for the 2011-12 academic year are now confirmed and it is very pleasing to note that this year we will have 29 graduates from the MA: DTCE – our highest-ever number! 9 of these are distance learners. All in all there were eight Distinctions among the graduates – also a record high – four of whom were on-campus and four distance learners.

Special congratulations should be made to Dave Gatrell who – as a distance learner – is one of this year’s recipients of the School of Education’s ‘Platt Prize’. This award is made to the top five students graduating from any of the School’s programmes, and the criteria for being nominated are quite exacting. That Dave has done this as a distance learner, being based in Hong Kong, shows that distance is no barrier to achievement.

Well done to him – and to all those who have successfully completed their studies on the MA: DTCE. We hope to see as many of you as possible at the graduation ceremony on 12th December, in Manchester. Pictures from the graduation ceremony will follow in due course!

  • reply Mbgamji ,

    Congrats to MA DTCE 2011-12 for bagging the highest number of graduates sofar in the the department. The Batch last time won BB9 users prize , what a double prizes. Congratulations to Dr Drew the programme Director and entire Staff of the programme.
    Muss Gamji

    • reply Mbgamji ,

      • reply Nusaybah ,

        Am pleased to have gone through the graduates from DTCE MA. Please I would love to have contact with any of them. As I would love to ask them questions in regards to the course. Am a prospective student of university of Manchester DTCE MA. Thanks
        Looking forward to receiving your reply.
        Have a blessed day.

        • reply Drew Whitworth ,

          Dear Nusaybah, feel free to send me an email on drew.whitworth@manchester.ac.uk — although I’m off work until 4th April but I can answer your queries then

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