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14/06/2021

Globetrotting Graduate from the University of Gloucestershire wins Top Job

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Graduate Natalia Jorquera has scooped a new top job after fending off stiff competition in the quest to become the first Nokia X6 All Areas entertainment reporter
From the Oscars ceremony to the Cannes Film Festival it’s been a rollercoaster year for the 22-year-old from Bath after completing her Broadcast Journalism degree at the University of Gloucestershire.
The competition involved reporting on a range of events including the Spanish Grand Prix and Rihanna’s European tour, and Paloma Faith, Jameela Jamil and Mat Horne were part of the A-list judging panel.
Natalia, is thrilled with the news and celebrated at this year’s Glastonbury Festival.
“The prize is a one year contract as Nokia’s Reporter. I’ll be based in their offices in London and am very excited,” she said.
“I’m absolutely elated by the result, I’m just so grateful to everyone who has supported me over the last few months, I could never have done it without my friends and family.”
To find out more about the competition visit www.nokia.co.uk/x6-all-areas
To find out more about Natalia, please visit http://www.nokiax6-all-areas.co.uk/natalia-jorquera/

Source: University of Gloucestershire

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