Students from a range of media courses received awards at the College’s annual ‘Oscars’ event, held at the Kingston Odeon.
Catherine Deconinck, aged 19, and originally from South Africa, won the overall award for best media student. She hopes to go on to study media at Royal Holloway, University of London.
Her tutor, Rob Stuart said: “Catherine is an extremely able and hardworking student who is determined to succeed. We predict she will achieve distinctions in most of her Access to HE course. The commitment she has shown towards her studies has been an inspiration to us all.”
Seb Steward, of Surbiton, won the best A2 Media video prize. The 18-year-old produced an urban film trailer using locations in central London.
His tutor said: “Seb is an exceptional student who always set himself extremely high standards and has demonstrated total dedication and a high level of maturity in all aspects of college."
Approximately 100 guests attended the prestigious event including prize-winners and their families and college senior management.
Tim Rogers, Head of Media, said: “We are proud of the achievements of each and every one of our students and also recognise outstanding effort and achievement. These awards were presented to students who have gone the extra mile in their studies, those who have motivated others, and contributed the most to the work of the School of Media at Kingston College.”
The School of Media is a major provider of media education in South-West London, with courses ranging from GCSE Media Studies to the newly launched Foundation Degree in Media in association with Kingston University.