Comedian Brand to get honorary Suffolk degree

HONORARY degrees will be given to celebrities and business people as part of University Campus Suffolk's graduation ceremony.

HONORARY degrees will be given to celebrities and business people as part of University Campus Suffolk's graduation ceremony.

This autumn the second cohort of UCS students will graduate in formal ceremonies to be held across Suffolk and Great Yarmouth.

During the events in September and October honorary degrees will be given to comedian Jo Brand, co-founder of Trianon Music Group, Chris Green, entrepreneur David Hall, former Suffolk County Council chief executive Mike More, priest Peter Mortimer, Marks and Spencer boss Stuart Rose, and Rosie Varley, chairwoman of the General Social Care Council, Public Guardian Board and Skills for Health Eastern Region.


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