Alumni Case Studies

Jenika Bhundia

Jenika achieved her level 3 Business qualification at Stanmore College. She chose Stanmore College because it was local and was pleased with her decision as the teachers were great and she made good friends. Jenika said she really enjoyed learning about business and aspects such as marketing, essay writing and economics. She is now delighted to be studying for a degree at Nottingham University.

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Robert Lulian Griga

Robert told us “I matured mentally, developed good social skills, built lasting friendships and learned so much about Engineering. I’m looking forward to starting my Aerospace Engineering BEng.” Robert also finished at Stanmore in Summer 2021.

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Ansar Al Enizy

Ansar studied Health and Social Care Level 3 and achieved triple distinction in 2021. She is currently pursuing further studies at Middlesex University where she is enjoying the first year of a Paediatric Nursing Bachelor’s Degree.

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Kareema Hoque

Achieving a triple distinction in BTEC Business Level 3 as well as GCSE Maths and English, Kareema has been accepted to Queen Mary University. She has chosen to continue with Business Studies and is now undertaking a BSc in Business Management.

We asked her what she enjoyed most whilst studying at Stanmore College.

“I enjoyed being taught by various teachers and connecting with them through my lessons as it had helped me to gain confidence and interact more on social/economic issues that revolve around the business world. This has helped me to communicate well with my peers and other students in the campus.”

Pranav Mistry

BTEC Level 3 Engineering student, Pranav, completed his course and gained Triple Distinction. He is moving onto to a Mechanical Engineering Degree which includes a placement year.

Jitesh Bhuva

Jitesh was also a level 3 Business student and, on completion of his study programme at Stanmore College, progressed to Hertfordshire University. In Jitesh’s view, the Business Department at Stanmore College was fantastic, really helpful and provided lots of opportunities. He said you had to work hard but the course structure was manageable.

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