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Yesterday we said "Goodbye" and "Congratulations" to our final year students, who have been completing their exams over the past few weeks. 

Tutors, students and support staff gathered in the new Anna Watts Building to celebrate with balloons, drinks, sweets and cake, and to remember what has been a very eventful three years for everyone. We are proud of everything that our students have accomplished during their time with us, and look forward to staying in touch over the years to come. 

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