One of The Apprentice contestants is a grad set to take the show by storm

She claims to have got the highest mark on her Business Studies course

A recent grad who will appear on The Apprentice next week has vowed “I will win”.

Jenny Garbis is a 23-year-old Bournemouth graduate, and she’s hoping hoping to impress Alan Sugar in the boardroom.

She claims to have got the highest mark on her Business Studies degree and says this will help her scoop the £250,000 investment money.

What’s more, Jenny describes herself as a feminist, just like her idol Emma Watson of Harry Potter fame.

Not short of ambition, Jenny said in her audition: “One day, you will see my name in lights – Jenny Garbis, don’t forget that. That’s going to be a global name.”


Jenny graduated this summer, and now she’s on The Apprentice

Jenny says she beat 40,000 other applicants for the role on the show.

She added: “People do not just buy into your product or service – they buy into you and that’s what I’m here to do.

“Lord Sugar won’t just buy into my business ideas, he’ll buy into me and I will win.”

But despite her confidence, Bet365 have given her just 12/1 chances of winning – which puts her in third place.


23-year-old Jenny is very confident she can win the show

Jenny may have just graduated, but she’s already a published author.

She wrote the e-book “How To Fund A Startup: Renewable Energy” which is available to download on Amazon for £6.39.

The book is described as “an award-winning piece informing entrepreneurs about public and private sector funding for startup businesses” and was published in August.

Speaking on her ambitions, Jenny said: “I want to be a role model for young women and men, but particularly women because women find it harder to be funded from an entrepreneurial stance.

“That’s going to be an entrepreneur everyone looks up to.

“Every morning I wake up and have this surge of adrenaline around my body because I know this is what I want to do.”


Jenny published her first book right after graduating

She added: “Every single decision I make in my life works towards my goal of being a female entrepreneur.”

Jenny describes herself as a feminist like her idol, Harry Potter actress Emma Watson, said that if she was not interested in business she would be in politics.

Here she is in her audition tape, sounding very intense.