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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 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...

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...

Before joining Suffolk, I was working as an assistant in the Radiology department of my local hospital. I’d been doing this for a few years and decided I wanted to further my career and become a Radiographer myself. I completed an Access to Higher Education diploma first then secu...

I was unhappy in my 9-5 job and decided to do something about it. When looking into university I knew I wanted to study somewhere smaller, one that would provide me with support throughout my studies. I didn’t want to be just another number at a larger university. Not only does th...

I always knew that working within the care setting would be for me, but I didn’t expect to love midwifery quite to this extent. I adore working in partnership with women and their families, learning about the physiology of pregnancy and facilitating the birth of a new life. ...

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...

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