Andrew Lancaster - Accrington and Rossendale CollegeArnie Monteith - St Brendans sixth form college-smallBeth McDonough - Newcastle CollegeCaroline Trodden - Darlington collegeChantelle Moore - Coventry City CollegeChloe Baker-Cooper - City College Norwich
Hannah Burgess - City College NorwichHarley Tedds - City College NorwichHarrison Dowling - St Brendans Sixth Form CollegeHasan Chowdhury - Forest Gate Learning ZoneJamain Gordon - City Of Westminster CollegeLauren Unsworth - City College Coventry
Lee Smith - Doncaster CollegeMia Parvizi - Canterbury CollegeSarah Burley - Darlington CollegeTrixie Greening - Exeter College

A judging panel made up of representatives from FE Week, NCFE and the Royal Photographic Society had the unenviable task of selecting 16 finalists from more than 340 entries this year.

FE Week and Me, a competition organised by FE Week in partnership with NCFE, challenged learners in the further education and skills sector to submit a photo which represented college life.

The judging panel was so impressed by the entries that its members decided to award four highly commended awards. These will be announced following the public vote.

The Royal Photographic Society is supporting the competition and will provide the winner with membership.

It is now down to the public to choose this year’s winner — check out the stunning images above and choose your favorite.

You can also download our guide to this year’s finalists and read about the creative ideas behind their image.

Once you have decided on your favorite click here to vote.

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