BeComAware is assisted by an ambitious team of Student Ambassadors across the UK. Our Student Ambassadors promote and write for our platform to provide students with opportunities to enhance their commercial awareness.
To recognise student contributions we feature a “Student Ambassador of the Month Award” which recognises outstanding contributions to BeComAware as well as the strengths of the Student Ambassadors themselves.
If you are part of a graduate recruitment team and would be keen to consider our Student Ambassador’s CVs, please email: email@example.com
Selecting the Student Ambassador of the Month is very difficult and based on their contribution to the BeComAware platform and recommendations from others. If you would like to recommend a Student Ambassador, please email firstname.lastname@example.org stating the Student Ambassador’s full name and university.
The Student Ambassador of the Month will be announced on our platform (website, social platforms and The BeComAware Newsletter).
BeComAware Student Ambassador Of The Month Award – August 2021
Kiran Banerjee – LLB Law, University of Warwick
Kiran is an LLB law student at the University of Warwick. Kiran has been fully engaged with BeComAware since joining as a Student Ambassador meeting deadlines and producing high quality commercial awareness content on various themes ranging from commercial property, US commercial jargon, current affairs and finance. Kiran has enhanced the commercial awareness of BeComAware members and followers by creating content tailored to teaching the commercial language, about the business world and keeping members current on core commercial issues.
Kiran speaks commercial awareness:
“Commercial awareness is having a knowledge of events within the business world whilst simultaneously being able to critically examine those events in the context of an economic, political and legal perspective.”
Kiran speaks BeComAware:
” BeComAware is a platform that will help individuals to digest complex commercial stories by simplifying the language and explaining it in understandable and bitesize chunks.”
“It also provides opinions regarding the implications of commercial events that will encourage students to think for themselves about the consequences of geopolitical issues.”