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When I started my Foundation Degree in Architectural Technology at UCS, I was excited about retraining as an Architectural Technologist, and using my skills to help other people improve their homes. I had completed a major house renovation before I moved to Suffolk, and I wanted to ...

Laura graduated from the University of East Anglia with a BSc (Hons) Mathematics and then proceeded to complete a MSc in Energy Engineering with Environmental Management. Laura joined the University of Suffolk the Network for East Anglian Collaborative Outreach (NEACO)  team as a H...

Nancy graduated from Lancaster University in 2017 with a BA (Hons) in Linguistics. Since graduating, Nancy has gained various voluntary and work experience. The voluntary experience includes volunteering in South Africa as part of United Through Sport, to help disadvantaged stude...

Daisy studied Drama, Applied Theatre in Education at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama from 2011-2014. She went on to study and complete a Level 3 qualification in Fitness Instructing and Personal Training, before moving on to working for school sports outreach programmes...

Amy moved from her home in Cornwall to join the University of Suffolk in 2015. She graduated in 2018 with her degree in BSc Hons Psychology and Early Childhood Studies. During her studies she was heavily involved with the Students' Union through her committee role within the Women's...

I am extremely privileged to have completed an apprenticeship. This is something I would not have thought to say before starting, as I was set to study full time at university. However, I also wanted the ability to learn on the job too. Apprenticeships are a platform to show yoursel...

I chose to study at the University of Suffolk because it is small and innovative. I’m not just a number, I’m a person. The integration of theory and practice, and the fact the assessments are all based on coursework, is why I chose the Fine Art in particular. It’s not about wh...

William is a lecturer in creative and digital media and works on both BA Fine Art and BA Architecture . William completed his MRes at Manchester Metropolitan University 2017. He has presented his artistic research practice through exhibitions, residencies, symposiums and conferenc...

I came to an open day when I was first looking at universities. I remember having a really long conversation with a lecturer about what I was doing for my A Levels and what I wanted to do in the future. That interest in me as an individual showed me that I would be supported, and a ...

I chose to study at the University of Suffolk because of how they individualise students. They know that every student is different, and they learn differently, at a different pace, so they really make an effort to personalise your learning. When considering my options, I felt that ...

I am a very indecisive person and find it difficult to make decisions, particularly when it is one that will have such a huge impact on my life and future career. I was accepted for an interview at three different universities. When I went to the interview at the University of Suffo...

I chose to study History at the University of Suffolk for several reasons. The content, for one thing, is excellent. It begins by providing a fundamental foundation of skills and content before presenting more specific choices that allow you to specialise or to remain quite broad. T...

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