Lightning Players Preparing To Study At University Of Buckingham

Four players from the Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning are embarking on a new challenge alongside their day job as professional ice hockey players, by studying for a Masters in Business Administration qualification with The University of Buckingham.

The University of Buckingham has returned as a platinum sponsor of the team in 2018-19 for a second consecutive term as a key backer to the Elite League ice hockey team.

As part of the sponsorship agreement with the Lightning, the University engages with MKL’s successful Business Club and once again, four players will study for a Masters qualification as well as playing for MKL.

New signings Clay Anderson, Nelson Armstrong, Ryan Lannon and Trevor Morbeck are preparing to join the rest of the new students who will begin their studies this month.

Clay said: “I am very excited to further my education at the University of Buckingham this year while also playing hockey for the Milton Keynes Lightning.

“It is a one of a kind experience that not many get to pursue and I look forward to taking full advantage of it.”

Marketing and Business Partnerships Manager at The University of Buckingham, Bethany Janes, commented: “We’re absolutely delighted to have renewed our partnership agreement with MKL. It’s been extremely beneficial on both sides and a pleasure to work with everyone involved.”

Get in touch with The University of Buckingham now to find out how you can study alongside your day job and get ahead of the crowd.

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