Student of the Year 2018

Nominations for the 2018 Awards are now closed

Dates for nominations the 2019 competition will be announced in due course, as will the closing date for images.
Entries are open to current Level 2 or Level 3 hairdressing students. Students must be nominated by their Tutor or Trainer.

UK Student of the Year Awards 2017

Many congratulations to Liberty Clark from Francesco Group who won the Level 2 competition and to Jurgita Allen from Coleg Cambria who won the Level 3 competition. Jurgita was our Level 2 winner for 2016 and for the first time ever we have someone who has won the competition two years in a row.

"It was so exciting to win! I really enjoyed the day and am still over the moon that I won. I'm looking forward to being able to promote myself with a new title and show off my beautiful little trophy.
With the encouragement and advice I got from the judges afterwards I'm planning to do the best I can with some new knowledge and connections. I'll be looking out for updates on the Hair Council's progress and am truly inspired to become a part of it in the future."
  Liberty Clark, Level 2 winner pictured (left) with her model and Anne Veck.

"I am so proud and pleased to have won the Hair Council Student of the Year for the second year in a row! This last year has opened so many opportunities and has enabled me to grow as a stylist and as a person. I am proud to use SRH after my name and am so much more aware of the importance of state registration which I have been promoting with my college, work place and on social media. I am looking forward to the year ahead and the opportunities that may arise from winning this amazing competition again."   Jurgita Allen, Level 3 winner pictured (right) with her model and Anne Veck.

All 16 finalists received a goody bag packed to the brim with products and brushes from 11 different companies including: Denman, L'Oréal Professionel, Goldwell, KMS, GHD, Wella, Fudge, Affinage, Kerastase, Matrix, Pureology and Decleor.

The winners receive a day shadowing celebrity hairdresser Andrew Barton and a career guided lunch with Sophia Hilton as well as afternoon tea at the House of Commons.