Celebrating Success at Fraserburgh Campus Graduation

September 29, 2019

Almost 100 students recieved their certificates of congratulations supported by friends and family at the North East Scotland College Fraserburgh Graduation held at Fraserburgh Campus,Saturday 28 September.

Chair of North East Scotland College Regional Board, Ken Milroy, who welcomed the Graduates said, “Since its inception 25 years ago, the Fraserburgh ceremony has been a very important date in the College diary and will continue to be so.  It’s a day which is primarily a celebration of endeavour, achievement and success, but it is also an opportunity to pay tribute to the many partners, families and friends who have supported our students throughout the duration of their studies.

“Over the years we have seen thousands of students collect their certificates of congratulations and the Board of Management are still as touched and honoured to be part of this day as they were at its inception.”

 Liz McIntyre, Principal and Chief Executive, North East Scotland College said, “Graduations are a celebration of achievement and mark the beginning of the next chapter.  They are as important for families and friends as they are for the students and a proud day for staff at the College.  I wish our Fraserburgh graduates all the very best for their future.”

This year the College Board of Management will presented its award of Fellowship to Valerie Cheyne, Chief Compliance Offer at Ace Winches. Valerie is a staunch promoter of the North East and in April 2017, was honoured to be commissioned with the position of Deputy Lieutenant for Banffshire.

A number of students were also awarded individual prizes by Score Group plc, presented by Graham Watt, Systems Director.  President of the Rotary Club of Fraserburgh, Robert Watt presented the Rotary Endeavour Award, and Robert Fraser, Liaison Manager with the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) presented the annual SQA Prize.