Arusa wins Postgraduate Publisher of the Year!

arusa-qureshi-2Arusa Qureshi has won Postgraduate Publisher of the Year at the recent Scottish Magazine Awards.

Run by the Professional Publishers Association (PPA), the Scottish Magazine Awards is the premier celebration of the talent within Scotland’s vibrant magazine media sector.

PPA Scotland Business Manager, Nikki Simpson, said: “This Award recognises the close ties developed with Edinburgh Napier University, the first UK university to achieve PPA accreditation for a Publishing course.”

The judges said they “expect great things from Arusa and can’t wait to see where the magazine world leads her – and where she leads it!”

Arusa received a Carnegie Cameron Bursary in 2015–16 to complete our MSc Magazine Publishing at Edinburgh Napier University.

Arusa graduated in October 2016 and is already working at The List magazine in Edinburgh.

We are also proud of the other three 2016 Publishing graduates who were shortlisted for the Award: Scott Park (working at Shout Magazine, DC Thomson), Fiona Goodbody (working at Sustrans) and Caoilfhionn Maguire (now working at House of Coco Magazine, and freelance travel writer).

All winners here: http://www.ppa.co.uk/events/scottishmagazineawards2016/winners/

On winning the award Arusa said: “I was thrilled and incredibly grateful to have won the Postgraduate of the Year Award. Being shortlisted alongside such talented people in the industry was a real honour and for that, I owe great thanks to PPA Scotland, the judges and my tutors. I hope that I’ll be able to contribute positively to the magazine publishing industry in the future.”
    – Arusa Qureshi, Postgraduate Publisher of the Year, 2016

Huge congratulations, Arusa!

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