Victorine Ngamsha, studying BSc (Hons) Business
Information Systems was welcomed to Cameroon, her
home town, to celebrate her student success story. As
the winner of the 2011 "Student volunteer of the year" award,
she was invited to speak about her achievements on national
television and radio.
Over the course of her visit, she visited Monday Show,
TV, and Morning
Safari. She also visited an orphange
and used her IT skills to train 30 students about the basic use of
computing. The visit was to inspire others to study and
fulfil their ambitions.
said "They (the media) wanted to show a successful story of a
Cameroonian who came to the UK and worked hard. I talked
about my life journey and how this has touched the community,
family and the place of work and
study. Wolverhampton University changed my life
forever. I remain ever so greatful to the wonderful people and
staff at my Uni".
Victorine has carried out a voluntary placement at
The Haven working in IT
Support, and is the Vice Chair of Banin UK.
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