Home
Uncategorized
Stuart Broad set to receive honorary degree from Nottingham Trent University

Stuart Broad set to receive honorary degree from Nottingham Trent University

Later this month, at an NTU graduation ceremony, Broad will be named a Doctor of Sports.

Stuart Broad, the former cricket player for England, will receive an honorary degree from Nottingham Trent University (NTU) as Doctor of Sports. With 604 wickets in 167 matches, the Nottingham-born fast bowler who won the Ashes retired from Test cricket last year as the second-highest wicket-taker in the nation.

NTU vice-chancellor Prof Edward Peck, said: “We are honoured to bestow these awards on individuals who have made remarkable contributions to their fields and to society at large.

“Their achievements stand as a testament to their dedication and perseverance.”

Latest News

Stuart Broad an immense contributor to England Cricket

Before switching to Nottinghamshire, Broad started his playing career with Leicestershire. He later became indispensable for the England team in all three formats. He also captained the One Day and T20 teams. Later this month, at an NTU graduation ceremony, he will be named a Doctor of Sports.

He is one of several recent honorary graduates from NTU who come from the business, political, medical, and artistic fields. In 2015, Broad also received an honorary degree from the University of Nottingham.

Follow
Share

Editors pick

Gambhir-Agarkar call to decide Hardik Pandya's role in IND vs SL series
Share article
Follow us on social media
Google News Whatsapp channel
Tell us why didn’t you like our article so that we can improve on?