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Fife College Students Showcase Their Achievements

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Talented Built Environment and Design students from Fife College have showcased their hard work and achievements at their End of Year Show.

Demonstrating the skills they have honed throughout their courses, students from Built Environment and Design courses including Architectural Technology, Quantity Surveying and 3D Design (Interior Design & Furniture) have been displaying their work at the Rothes Halls, Glenrothes.

An annual tradition, the End of Year Show provides a platform for students to present their innovative projects, creative designs, and technical achievements while also fostering connections with local industry leaders.

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The showcase event opened to the public on Tuesday (18 June) with an open night for

HNC 3D Design (Furniture and Product Design) Rebecca Sharp shared her excitement about having her work, which was inspired by Asia, on display as part of the show. Rebecca, from Cupar, said: "I'm very proud to have my work displayed at the exhibition. It's been a labour of love. Lots of late nights and stressing to try and get it finished. Actually seeing it in a hall and then having family and friends and people come to have a look is really amazing.

"I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to do some work experience for a company through the College. Having those contacts and that experience has definitely helped me prepare for a future in this area."

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