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School of Mathematical Sciences

Meet our 2022 Graduate Prize Winners

Find out which four students from the School of Mathematical Sciences were awarded college prizes for their outstanding academic achievements.  


We’re still buzzing from the excitement of graduation last week and it was so great to have the ceremonies back on campus. If you follow us on Instagram, you’ll have seen lots of stories celebrating our graduates’ achievements.

We are so proud of each and every one of you; the class of 2022 had some pretty unprecedented challenges, from a global pandemic to multiple lockdowns to shifting to online learning at short notice. The last few years have not been easy and this probably wasn't the university experience you were expecting, so well done for handling it like absolute heroes and producing some of the best results we have EVER seen in the School of Maths.

There are a few people we want to give a special shout out to: our prize winners for 2022. The following students have been awarded prizes for their outstanding achievements and we want to take a moment celebrate you.

Yanpei Cai, BSc Mathematics

Recipient of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications Prize and Westfield Trust Prize  

What’s next? Yanpei has been accepted to do a Master’s in Mathematical Sciences at the University of Oxford




Thekla Lambri, BSc Mathematics 

Recipient of the Drapers Company Prize

What’s next? Thekla’s staying with us here in School of Maths and stating her MSc Mathematics in September.




Roxana Adelina Popovici,
BSc Mathematics

Recipient of the Principal's Prize

What’s next? In September, Roxana Adelina will start her teacher training to become a qualified Maths teacher.




Sarah Williams, BSc Mathematics

Recipient of the Principal's Prize

What’s next? Sarah’s taking some well-deserved time off to go travelling.


Girls on top 

There’s one last thing we would like to point out here. Take a look at our 2022 prize winners and you will see 3 outstanding young women that have been awarded for their academic achievements. If you are a young woman questioning whether or not Maths is for you, let this be your sign.



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