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CBE students win international research award

CBE students win international research award

16 September 2016

The 2016 Undergraduate Awards have recently been announced, with the winners of the 2016 programme to include two students from the ANU College of Business and Economics (CBE).

CBE Commerce student Robert Sarich was the Regional Winner in the business category. His paper, titled ‘Full Life Cycle Assessment of “Dunhill International” Cigarettes as produced by British American Tobacco’ was the highest performing paper in the Oceania region in the Business category.

Mun Nyee Chew was awarded a highly commended also in the Oceania Business category. Mun Nyee who is currently studying towards a Bachelor of Economics and Finance, was placed in the top 10% of all papers submitted to the 2016 competition.

Speaking about this year’s Winners and Highly Commended Entrants, CEO of The Undergraduate Awards Louise Hodgson said “This is a huge achievement for Australian National University and its students. UA received the highest number of submissions to date with only the best papers making it through the judging process. The competition was extremely tough and the Judges were astounded at the high quality of undergraduate research in the programme this year.

The Undergraduate Awards is the world's largest international academic awards programme, recognising innovation and excellence at undergraduate level. Cited as the ultimate champion for high-potential undergraduates, UA identifies leading creative thinkers through their undergraduate coursework and provides top performing students with the support, network and opportunities they require to raise their profiles and further their career paths. The Undergraduate Awards received a record number of submission in the 2016 programme, totalling a massive 5,514 papers from undergraduates in 244 institutions and 121 nationalities.

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