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I’m Stuart and I live in Ipswich and I have one son, Joshua, who began his studies in Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science at St. Andrews University, Scotland in 2018. Bachelor courses in Scotland are normally four years. Now in the second year he is specialising in Mathemati...

I’m Pete and I live in Ipswich. I’m currently helping my second child, George, with his university application. My eldest child, Ali (Alice), began her studies in Sports Psychology at Loughborough University in 2016 and graduated in 2019. She is now doing a one year postgradu...

I’m Sue and I have two children who have both done A Levels. My eldest is currently doing a degree apprenticeship in conveyancing/law. I am in the process of helping my youngest apply to university to do music/music technology. We have been to several open events at universities i...

I live near Diss and my children both attended the local schools. My daughter studied Biomedical Science and is now working as a Biomedical Scientist at the new Papworth Hospital in Cambridge. She is applying to study a degree in Medicine either in the UK or Georgia.  My son i...

Kevin joined the International team in January 2018 having previously worked within International Admissions at the University of Essex. Duties within his role as International Officer include representing the University of Suffolk at education fairs, developing and maintaining rela...

Katherine joined the University of Suffolk in November 2019, shortly after graduating with an MA in Woman and Child Abuse Studies with Distinction from London Metropolitan University. Before returning to academia, Katherine worked in the voluntary sector, where she was employed at a...

Simon Bransden joined the Quality Team in 2019. As a mature student, he gained a BSc in Politics and International Relations at Canterbury Christ Church University, before studying for a PhD in the same subject – graduating in 2017. His research interests are in the functioning of...

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