Yonkeu Kombou is celebrating his First Class success at UCLan Burnley.
Mature student Yonkeu (37) achieved a Distinction in his Foundation Degree in Health and Social Care, Social Care Pathway course.
With a keen interest in mental health and social work, Yonkeu is now ideally placed to pursue his dream career as a social worker as he studies for the third year of his degree and then for a Masters in Social Care at UCLan.
Yonkeu said: “I’m so pleased with my results. I chose UCLan Burnley because I loved the calm environment and the small class sizes and the teachers were brilliant.
“Helen Saunders, lecturer in UCLan Burnley’s School of Health and Social Care, said: “I’m so incredibly proud of our students for gaining such an amazing set of results this year. Yonkeu worked diligently and tirelessly and all of his achievements have been well deserved.”
Alison Cameron Brandwood, Assistant Principal of University Studies, added: “The first class results and professional opportunities our School of Health and Social Care has achieved this year is exceptional.”