The next generation
of project managers

A student at the Oxford Brookes University has been presented with the Bidwells Prize in Project Management.

Tobias Vokuhl was picked as the winner of the £250 prize, which is in recognition for outstanding contribution to the course while studying for his course/degree in project management in the built environment.

This is the second year that property consultancy firm Bidwells has run the award in conjunction with Oxford Brookes University's School of the Built Environment.

We set up this award as we felt it was important to support the next generation of project managers.

Derek Farrow, Partner

"The students on this course are studying project management in construction and after more than 30 years in this field I know only too well that it is a career which requires a specialist skillset not least in people management!

"We wanted to offer a prize which wasn't just about recognising the students' academic skills, but which was also to do with the contribution that they make in helping and supporting their fellow students - in essence this prize is rewarding those who are ultimately a well-rounded individual.

"The lecturers at the university all felt that Tobias was the student who most deserved this award this year and we are delighted to be able to present him with a cheque in recognition of his hard work.

"Bidwells recognises the importance of supporting tomorrow's talent and we are delighted that we can work with the Oxford Brookes University to do this."

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