Mark Pastuszka, student at the School of Computer Science received his Master’s degree qualification and was also presented with a School Award, at the University of Lincoln’s Graduation in January 2018.
Mark originally joined the University of Lincoln, enrolling on the BSc Computer Science programme. After his successful graduation, he decided to continue his education with the University, studying the MSc Computer Science course. Both programmes are currently accredited by the British Computer Society.
As well as receiving his Master’s level qualification, Mark was also presented with Award for Most Significant Contribution to the School of Computer Science – a well deserved accolade, Mark undertook a dedicated role as Student Ambassador for the School, along with many other supporting roles throughout his time at Lincoln.
Delighted to have been singled out for success, Mark said, “Now I’ve finished my courses, I’ve recently started as a Software Developer at Impero Software in Nottingham.
I know it sounds a bit cliché but, honestly, the past four years at the University of Lincoln have been the best years of my life so far- Lincoln has helped make me who I am today. It was a life changing experience, I learnt so much, found a career path that I love, and made life long friends.”
A huge congratulations to Mark and we will enjoy keeping in touch with him as his career progresses!
Our Computer Science Undergraduate and MSc programmes are currently accredited by the British Computer Society, and the University of Lincoln is also affiliated with the Institution of Analysts and Programmers – find out more here.