Students at a University of Buckingham university have been awarded a teaching degree at a world-renowned university.

The University of Chester awarded the Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) to students from the University of Leicester on the basis that they have “the highest level of achievement” and that their “proficiency in teaching is exceptional”.

The students, who are all from the United Kingdom, are expected to start their studies at the end of the year.

“It is an honor to receive such a prestigious award and to be recognised by such a renowned institution, and we look forward to working with you.””

University of Chester B.A. students will start their first two year studies in March 2018.”

It is an honor to receive such a prestigious award and to be recognised by such a renowned institution, and we look forward to working with you.”

University of Chester B.A. students will start their first two year studies in March 2018.

The students have already received an honourarium worth more than $3,000 ($2,000 in Australia), a scholarship worth more $1,000 and a trip to London to attend the Royal Society’s prestigious Royal Society of Chemistry.

They were also awarded a scholarship for their first year of study, which they were due to start in March 2019.

Students at the University have been offered a teaching qualification worth more.

It is expected that the university will award the Bachelor’s of Arts at a later date.