3 November 2017
Dual award winner Victoria Pouncey, 28, from Bicester, Oxfordshire, has been awarded the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Prize and the Michelmores Prize at Harper Adams University’s graduation prize giving presentation.
Victoria received the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Prize for being the top postgraduate student on the Rural Estate and Land Management course.
Victoria received the Michelmores Prize for being the top postgraduate student attaining highest marks module: Estate Management Law.
Victoria joined the postgraduate Rural Estate and Land Management course in 2015 after having landed a job with Savills, Oxford office in December 2014.
The 28-year-old from Oxford, achieved distinction in the Rural Estate and Land Management postgraduate Diploma.
Victoria has an impressive career history and before Savills she worked as a Legal and Commercial Projects Coordinator for a group of charities, ending up leading the William Wilberforce Trust National and International Development Team. She also had internships with a law firm and a Women’s Legal Centre in South Africa.
Victoria is a keen hockey player and also captains the Savills’ Triathlon team.