Congratulations to Finalists on Results

15 September 2022

In spite of several years of COVID-related disruption to teaching and learning, Trinity’s 79 finalists achieved an outstanding set of results. Results for 2022 examinations show that nearly 94% of college undergraduate finalists in 2022 achieved either a 2.1 or a first-class degree.

Trinity’s Senior Tutor, Dr Rebecca Bullard, says: ‘Congratulations to all our 2022 finalists. The past few years have been extremely challenging, making the achievements of this cohort all the more impressive. They have demonstrated great courage and resilience in their academic endeavours, and we are hugely proud of them all. We look forward to celebrating with them when they graduate.’

In addition to the strong set of finals results, a number of Trinity students were recognized by University departments for their academic achievements this year, including:

  • Finalist Patrick McCubbin received the Gibbs Prize for the top-ranked candidate in Biochemistry examinations
  • Finalist Jacob Barker received the Gibbs Prize for excellence in a dissertation performance in Mathematics
  • Economics & Management finalist Sai Mirthipati received a number of prizes, including the Gibbs prize for best overall performance in Management, and several Saïd Foundation Prizes for the best performance in the Global Business History Paper in Finals during Trinity 2022, best performance in the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Paper in Finals, and best performance in the Finance Paper in Finals.
  • Aadithya Ganeshram won the Gibbs Prize for best performance in Part IB examinations in Chemistry.
  • Wajahat Tariq and Zhiyun Xu received the Armourers & Brasiers’ Company/TATA Steel Prize for Best Team Design Project in Materials Science.
  • Jacques Cloete placed first in the Part B cohort in Engineering exams.
  • Bowen Cheng won the second-place prize for performance in preliminary Chemistry exams.
  • Catherine Turkington was awarded a Shimadzu prize for her performance in Practical Chemistry.
  • Eva Plajer won the Faculty Preliminary Examination Prize for the best performance in the Preliminary Examination in Philosophy and Theology.

The College congratulates these students on their achievements, and wishes all finalists the best for finishing their degrees and contributing to the Trinity community.