MOS UK & Ireland Champion 2018
Image: Pictured as Christopher was crowned MOS UK & Ireland Excel Champion 2018 (L-R): Andrew Flood (CEO, Prodigy Learning), Sarah Hedley (UK National Skills Lead, Microsoft UK), Christopher Doyle (UCD Quinn School, Ireland), Tina Jones (UK Education Engagement Manager, Microsoft UK) and Clare Riley (FE and HE Engagement Manager, Microsoft UK).
Original Article on ProdigyLearning.com
The winners of the 2018 MOS Four Nations UK & Ireland Championship Final were announced on 22nd June 2018 in London.
Christopher Doyle, who is studying a Bachelor of Commerce in the UCD Lochlann Quinn School of Business, Ireland scored the highest in his category in the MOS4N Championship Final. Christopher won first place in the Microsoft Excel 2016 category. He will head to Orlando, Florida, USA for the MOS World Championship from July 29 – August 1st, 2018.
Christopher beat thousands of students across UK & Ireland in the MOS Four Nations Championship Final, which took place on 22nd June 2018 in Design Museum London, alongside CertMatters.Live.
“From approximately 50,000 entries around UK & Ireland, it is a fantastic achievement for Christopher to come top of the class among those who can use Microsoft Office tools effectively” said Andrew Flood (CEO, Prodigy Learning) “We are very much looking forward to Christopher representing UK & Ireland at the MOS World Championship, we know he will perform very well.”
Certiport anticipates more than 150 finalists from more than 60 countries will compete at the MOS World Championship where students will again participate in a unique competition exam in their track. Six winners will receive cash prizes, medals and the title of Microsoft Office Specialist Word, Excel or PowerPoint World Champion.
Christopher will be joined in the MOS World Championship Final by the other MOS Four Nations UK & Ireland Champions, Michaela Habartova (University of St Andrews, Scotland) and Adam Drummond (St. Ninian’s High School, Isle of Man) along with the MOS Australian Champion, Aidan Smith (All Saints College, Perth).