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I studied BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Science at the University of Suffolk, in which I was provided with every opportunity I needed to succeed. The required level of independence from sixth form to university can be a big step up, especially if you are studying in an area that yo...

Elena Baltacha was one of the most accomplished British female tennis players of her generation, excelling not only as an individual but compiling an impressive record over the last 11 years as part of Great Britain's Fed Cup team. Elena was also part of Team GB for the London 2012 ...

Diane joined the University of Suffolk in 2008 as an Admissions Assistant. Diane has since moved to the Operations Team and her main areas of responsibility are the Applicant Portal and the website.    Prior to transferring to the University, Diane worked in the HE sector at Suff...

Annie originally did a degree in English Language and Literature in 1982 at Reading University, with subsidiary studies in French. Following a 'road to Damascus experience' Annie felt inspired to become a nurse, a decision she has never regretted. She completed her training in Adul...

Career Overview Dr Kevin Barker is a Senior Lecturer in Law and Criminology at University of Suffolk.  He taught law at the Birkbeck School of Law, University of London where he also read for his PhD in Law.  He also studied at the University of Cambridge, King's College London an...

I had always wanted to study history but I didn't have the opportunity to attend university after leaving school but now that my children are fully-fledged, educated and independent now it's my turn. Although I'm studying I am able to continue to work part-time as a self-employed b...

Jude is currently working within Academic Services as a Course Administrator with responsibility for the Midwifery and Public Health programmes. ...

I went to another university for my first year and then came to the University of Suffolk. You get so many more opportunities at a smaller university such as knowing your lecturer on a first name basis; that doesn’t happen with 300 students in one year. ...

Simon Barnes is a sport and wildlife writer. He is chief sportswriter for The Times, and also writes two weekly columns on wildlife where he has written for the paper since 1982. Simon has written 20 1/2 books, including three novels and one collaboration. His most recent is 'Birdwa...

Dr Jennifer Barnes is the former Pro-Vice-Chancellor for International Strategy of the University of Cambridge and former Director of Global Education at BP. ...

Dr Barnet is an internationally exhibiting artist from Los Angeles now based in the UK.  Working across multiple media; including drawing, performance and installation, her practice employs anecdote and language towards a consideration of personal histories sited within larger poli...

Hugh Barr, MPhil, PhD is Emeritus Professor of Interprofessional Education and Honorary Fellow at the University of Westminster UK with visiting chairs concurrently at the University of Greenwich and Kingston University with St George’s University of London. He is President of the...

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