This year saw the first ever female final as Harpreet Kaur and Kathryn Burn went head to head to claim the £250,000 investment for their business idea and a 50/50 partnership with Lord Sugar.
Weighing in on which candidate had the edge before Harpreet was crowned the winner, Tim revealed he was thankful he was not the one to make the choice.
He said: “Luckily, Lord Sugar is the one who’s got to make that decision, I don’t envy him because that’s really, really tough.
“Both candidates have been great throughout the whole show, pushing themselves forward, not shirking responsibilities leading from the front, pushing from the back, engaging, happy, selling, pitching what they’re doing,” he added.
Tim Campbell MBE, backs T-levels as a next level qualification to help young people aged 16 to 19 take their first step into their future career – whether straight after their course of following further training or study (such as an apprenticeships, Higher Technical Qualification, or university degree).
Parents can find out more and access free resources by visiting the T-level info website.