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Student Sarah Ashbridge, who is due to graduate next month at the Philharmonic Hall, has won a competition with Bic pens.
The prize was a trip to Thailand, and whilst there, Sarah has been writing a blog which may lead to a second accolade.
She is asking staff and students to vote for her blog to be in with the chance to win £4,000 which she hopes will pay for her masters degree.
The other competition winners were Jennifer Coleman from the Royal Northern College of Music, who is visiting South America, Chris Hawkins from Middlesex University, who is visiting the Australian outback, and Jordan Philip from Coventry University, who is visiting South Africa.
Sarah, who is doing a Combined Honours degree, returns to the UK on Monday 16 July.
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