James Townsend and Steven Moore

TWO high-flying Suffolk students scooped an award from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) as they graduated from their RICS-accredited degree courses.

TWO high-flying Suffolk students scooped an award from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) as they graduated from their RICS-accredited degree courses.

James Townsend, 21, and Steven Moore, 32, were awarded an RICS East of England University Prize for achieving excellence consistently throughout their degree courses.

Mr Townsend graduated with a BSc honours in real estate management, while Mr Moore graduated with a Diploma in Quantity Surveying.

Operations director for RICS East of England David Potter said they worked closely with the University and College Admissions Service (UCAS) to target students starting RICS-accredited undergraduate degree courses and took an active role in rewarding students undertaking these degrees who consistently achieve throughout their studies.


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He congratulated the two, both of whom received a £100 cheque and a certificate.

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