London Met student recognised for outstanding engineering talent

Dimitar Gotsev claims the prestigious Institution of Engineering and Technology award for London Met

Date: 15 July 2019

Electronics and Communications Engineering* BEng (Hons) student Dimitar Gotsev has been recognised for the outstanding quality of his work by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). 

The IET Prize is awarded annually to outstanding students who are completing a course of study which has been accredited by the IET. Prize winners are nominated by their university based on having shown distinction in their course leading to the award of a first-class degree. 

Dimitar will receive a certificate and two years free membership of the IE as part of his prize.

“I am so grateful to have had highly skilled professors and lecturers who helped and guided me so that I reached my full potential. I have gained invaluable academic and professional development skills that have helped to boost my career prospects,” Dimitar commented.  

“I was impressed with the quality of the course and I am very proud to have taken my course at London Met.”

Mike Carr, IET President, said: “Our IET Prizes are a way for talented engineering students to be recognised for their outstanding ability in the early stages of their engineering journey. I wish them all the best for a very fulfilling and successful career.

“The IET is passionate about promoting engineering excellence and our awards and prizes showcase some of the very best engineering talent. All of the winners should be incredibly proud of their achievements.”

To find out more information about the range of prizes and awards available to young and aspiring engineers through the IET, please visit: www.theiet.org/awards

 

*The course will be called Electronics and The Internet of Things BEng (Hons) from 2019/20