Throughout my years of studying, I have found the best way to study is to learn a topic, going over aspects in detail, attempt a test, revise the test and go over areas where marks were lost, taking another test after this to ensure complete understanding of a topic. This methodology has really helped me and the people I have helped, I am also a relaxed and patient person who will want myself or others to achieve and outstand themselves.
Currently, a 1st year BSc with Honours Computer Science Student at Birmingham City University went to Epsom College (with A-Levels in Maths, Computing & Economics) and Kings House School Previously. Throughout that time I have helped other students with their studies struggling whether it was a specific topic or summaries that resulted in a full understanding helping to achieve a better grade after an exam.
William H HUNT
First year Computer Science student at Birmingham City University, bartender for the Hare & Hounds and a member of the BCS The Charted Institute of IT; looking to further develop problem solving, technical analysis, numeric and communication skills.
- August 2015: Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners, Amsterdam - Work Experience/Placement.
o Duties: Shadowed Loan Teams and Administration Assistant, organizing borrower reports and meeting details.
o I gained an insight into the financial sector and global aspects at an international location.
- July 2015: Affinity Water Hatfield, London - Work Experience/Placement.
o Duties: Shadowed telemetry and control system engineers, civil engineers and health & safety.
o Gave me an insight into a future industry for myself with growing prospects, and improved my communication skills with adults.
- January 2018 – Current: Hare & Hounds pub, East Sheen, London – Work.
o Duties: Bartending for a YOUNG & CO.’s pub, serving customers to the upmost satisfaction, managing the bar and stock of a variety of drinks.
o After working for Cask Ales, I wanted to grow my skills from working there, such as communication and organization, and grew new skills such as bar & stock management.
- June – September 2017: Cask Ales, Kia Oval, Epsom Downs Culture Club, Thames University River Race – Work.
o Duties: Bartending and managing members clubs, carts and bars for events, managing tills of £200, cash bags of £7000 as well as preparations days.
o Although this was a short term job which was something new and exciting, I wanted a new challenge, which paid off, gaining skills in managing bars and satisfying customers.
- July 2016: Passport to Leisure Barnes, London – Work.
o Duties: Summer sport camp instructor for 8-30 kids aged 8-16 in Unihoc, Rounders and more.
o I wanted to apply my sporting experience into work which paid off gaining skills in team-work, co-ordination and leadership.
Education and Awards
- 2017: Birmingham City University:
o Computer Science B.Sc. (Unconditional offer, 1st year),
o Gradutate+ award: Bronze Certificate
o 1st team & 2nd team captain for BCU Hockey,
o Member of Engineering Society,
o Hackathon and Computer Science Society,
- 2015-2017: Epsom College:
o A-levels in Mathematics, Computing, Economics; C, C, C.
o House Prefect,
o 1st team for Hockey as well as Rugby and Swimming,
o UK Bebras Elite competition: Certificate of Distinction,
o UK Senior Mathematical Challenge: Bronze Certificate,
o Founder of the Computing Society; organizing debates, presentations, and programming projects,
o IT Director for Ellipsis Young Enterprise group; with a company website, prosperous projects and developed a revision app.
o Bronze Duke of Edinburgh,
o Sports Initiative Award for coaching and leadership skills,
- Successfully completed the Google Online Marketing Fundamentals qualifications, Nov 2016
- Certificates for food safety, fire awareness, health and safety
- Proficiency in Coding Languages: VB.Net, Python, C++, HTML & Console
- Won 5 trophies in Cowes week 2017 aboard the Zero - Cowes Race School Boat in Class 1; this included Best Race School and 2nd overall boat in an 18 boat Class.
- August 2016: UKSA, Cowes
o I wanted to further develop my leadership and organization skills into another interest and broaden my prospects;
o Duties: Sailing assistant Instructor for small dinghy sailing groups and watersports, attend the staff meetings.
- Taught myself how to use a Raspberry Pi.
o Involved learning console and python using various resources and The MagPi magazine to learn how to use and code a functional Raspberry Pi.
o I started by writing simple projects such as iterations and calculations, but moved onto projects such as Transposition encryption and board games.
- August 2016: I qualified as a RYA Day Skipper with Seamanship Skills, UKSA.
o Taking charge of a yacht and learning a new environment at a young age was a challenge to my leadership, initiative and communication skills; as an aspiring to Yatchmaster and dinghy instructor.
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