8th July 1999




Studying a language to degree level can really take you places as Jaimee Cross, from Winterton, discovered at the University of Lincolnshire & Humberside.


European Tourism graduate Jaimee is off to Argentina in September after winning a year-long placement as an English assistant at a college in La Plata, one hour south of Buenos Aires.


The 22-year-old’s name was put forward by languages lecturer Andy Daglish from the Lincoln campus.


“Jaimee is practically fluent in Spanish and we thought she would really make the most of the placement,” said Andy. “Competition was extremely tight but she got it,” he added.


Jaimee is absolutely thrilled. “I spent six months at the University of Alicante in Spain, and it was then I got the bug for travel and decided I’d like to work abroad,” she said.


The trip will be the deciding factor in her future career either as a teacher of English or working in tourism.


Jaimee will graduate today, 8th July, at Lincoln Cathedral, watched by her proud parents who she says are supporting her travel plans but are a little apprehensive!




Sam Hendley

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