Audio manufacturer Sennheiser UK has presented its first annual scholarship award to Buckinghamshire New University audio and music production student, Bradley Rolling (pictured, centre).
The scholarship is awarded to students based on their academic performance in the first year and is part of an education partnership agreement between the university and Sennheiser.
Five students were shortlisted for the award and all of them were interviewed by Sennheiser’s marketing project manager, Phil Cummings.
The award included a cheque for £1,500, a Neumann TLM 103 microphone, and a pair of 25th anniversary Sennheiser HD25 headphones.
“All of the candidates interviewed well and demonstrated a real engagement with both their degree course and the ideas they had for future careers in audio and music production,” said Cummings.
“Bradley’s professional, confident and driven approach really stood out though, and the ideas he had for setting up his own website to promote his production and mixing skills were really impressive.”
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Posted on: 18/11/13