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UCOL and Cityfitness Award New Scholarship

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Monday 21 March 2013

UCOL and Cityfitness Award New Scholarship

UCOL Wairarapa and cityfitness have joined forces to award a scholarship for the first time to a current Certificate in Exercise and Sport Performance student.

Ariele Hohua will receive her scholarship at UCOL’s Graduation Ceremony at the Masterton Town Hall on Thursday 21 March.

Several scholarships and awards are presented at the annual Ceremony, but until now there hasn’t been a scholarship for the Exercise and Sport programme.

Eddy Kuipers, Lecturer on the Wairarapa programme, says, “UCOL is thrilled to have this support for our exercise and sports students and thanks cityfitness for their contribution to not only this scholarship but also for its support for the course as a whole.”

cityfitness Managing Director Dominic Rogerson says, “We are pleased to be involved with this sponsorship arrangement especially as it provides a great platform for people to launch their career in the fitness industry.”

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