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This is normally the time of year that we would be welcoming you and your guests to our graduation ceremonies in Falkirk and Stirling in order to celebrate your success and the achievement of your qualifications. Whilst we are unable to hold these events this year due to the current health crisis, we still wanted to take this opportunity to mark the occasion and provide you with a token to acknowledge this milestone in your learning journey. It should never be underestimated just what it means for our students to get to this stage and the true sense of achievement that this should bring to all of you.
You should all be exceptionally proud of what you have achieved over the past year and we wish you every success in your next steps.
We've sent out graduation packs which include a ceremony booklet, commemorative certificate and a card from the Principal to each of our graduates this year. Even though we can't be there with you to celebrate - we'd love to hear what you're up to!
Be sure to tag us in your graduation celebrations #FVCGrad2020
Aileen Fraser graduated with a HNC Working with Communities and has been awarded the ‘Most Promising Student in Business & Communities’ after overcoming personal challenges to obtain her qualification and has now progressed onto university to continue her studies.
Recognised for the effort she made to support and guide her classmates, Samantha Hudson has been awarded the ‘Most Inspirational Student in Business & Communities’. Sam has been a force of good for fellow students and even set up a support group during Covid-19 for the Forth Valley region.
Steven Connell has been awarded the ‘Most Inspirational Student in Care, Sport and Construction’ due to a great attitude and balancing his college studies with a range of external coaching commitments, managing to accrue several hundreds of hours of coaching experience alongside his studies.
The ‘Most Promising Student in Care, Sport and Construction’ goes to Paulina Majerowska for her positive attitude and delivering coursework to a high standard despite English being her second language. Paulina was also recognised for being very supportive of her classmates.
Well done to Jamie Fotheringham who has been awarded the ‘Most Inspirational Student in Creative Industries, Hospitality and Tourism’ due to his perseverance and enthusiasm with his studies. Jamie has excelled in his class and has inspired and motivated his classmates, flourishing despite personal challenges.
Molly Schutten is this year’s ‘Most Promising Student in Creative Industries, Hospitality & Tourism’. Molly has displayed a very professional and mature attitude to her work from day one of her studies and her willingness to participate in extra-curricular activities has been highly praised.
Matthew Nimmo has been awarded the ‘Most Promising Student in Engineering & Science’ this year. Matthew has gained tremendous confidence over the course of time he has been at college, going from strength to strength and is now progressing onto university to continue his studies.
The ‘Most Inspirational Student in Engineering & Science’ goes to Heather Ellen Watson. Heather has been described as always being pleasant, positive and consistently putting in a great effort when it comes to her coursework despite juggling family commitments.
Planning to celebrate from home?
Our gowning provider, Ede & Ravenscroft are offering a remote service for students which enables you to order a gown and hood which will be delivered to your home.
Click the link below for instructions on how to order.
Now that you have graduated from Forth Valley College, you are eligible to join our alumni network. This enables former students to stay connected with the College and enjoy a wide range of benefits.
You can sign up to join our alumni community by completing this short form.