Erinn Ramsay, whose parents farm on Cultramoney Road, Ballymoney is the top Ulster student entering Harper Adams University last September.
Erinn enrolled on the BSc(Hons) Agri-Food Marketing and Business Studies degree course.
She was a pupil at Ballycastle High School, gaining Home Economics and Applied Science A Levels.
In addition she took the BTEC course in Agriculture offered at Cross and Passion College, Ballycastle, by arrangement between the schools.
Harper Adams in Ireland presents an award annually to the school from which the top student comes.