Fife graduate celebrates success before jetting off on world trip

Zoe MacKayZoe MacKay (21) from Kincardine in Fife, who graduated with a BSc (Hons) in Computing and Information, last week from Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, was recently awarded the Amor Prize for best fourth-year student.

Rounding off a successful four years, the ex-Dunfermline High School pupil celebrated her recent success at His Majesty's Theatre where she graduated on Friday 16 July, with family and friends.

Earlier on this month, Zoe received an i-pod and Amazon voucher from Andrew Cameron of the Amor Group, Scotland's largest independent business technology solutions company, at the School of Computing's annual prize giving reception attended by fellow students and academics.

Zoe is now set to travel the world for six months, jetting off to Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and America at the beginning of September.

Reflecting on her time at University, Zoe said: "I really enjoyed my course and feel that it has provided me with the relevant industry skills for my future career. I'm looking forward to the next chapter in my life and hopefully travelling around the world will broaden my horizons and give me more life experience."