Pursuing a career in Audiology with the help of The University of Manchester

The three-year Audiology degree at Manchester offers students practitioner-level training and a qualification accredited by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), the Registration Council for Clinical Physiologists (RCCP) and the National School of Healthcare Science (NSHCS). This accreditation allows our graduates to work within both the NHS and the private sector after finishing the … More Pursuing a career in Audiology with the help of The University of Manchester

How the MRes Psychology programme has helped prepare me for my PhD

Duncan Bradley is a PhD student at The University of Manchester who recently graduated from The MRes Psychology programme. Undertaking a PhD is a big commitment and one that requires an individual to have numerous different skills. Below, Duncan explains how the MRes in Psychology has set up perfectly to tackle his PhD… In September, … More How the MRes Psychology programme has helped prepare me for my PhD

Ten things I wish I knew before I became a student nurse

Yemi Giwa is third year Nursing Student who has experienced a lot during her degree so far. The added element of being on placement during a global pandemic certainly wasn’t in the course description but it’s an experience that thousands of student nurses across the country will hopefully benefit from. Even before COVID-19 sent shockwaves … More Ten things I wish I knew before I became a student nurse

My psychology journey: Part 3 – Doctorate in Clinical Psychology

Abigail Kay is currently a student on the ClinPsyD Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at The University of Manchester. To get to this point, Abigail has completed both an undergraduate and postgraduate degree at Manchester in Psychology and Forensic Psychology and Mental Health respectively. On top of this, she has also undertaken a number of jobs in the field. In this three … More My psychology journey: Part 3 – Doctorate in Clinical Psychology

My psychology journey: Part 2 – Postgraduate degree and applying for the ClinPsyD

Abigail Kay is currently a student on the ClinPsyD Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at The University of Manchester. To get to this point, Abigail has completed both an undergraduate and postgraduate degree at Manchester in Psychology and Forensic Psychology and Mental Health respectively. On top of this, she has also undertaken a number of jobs in the field. In this three … More My psychology journey: Part 2 – Postgraduate degree and applying for the ClinPsyD

My psychology journey: Part 1 – Undergraduate degree and first full time job

Abigail Kay is currently a student on the ClinPsyD Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at The University of Manchester. To get to this point, Abigail has completed both an undergraduate and postgraduate degree at Manchester in Psychology and Forensic Psychology and Mental Health respectively, and has undertaken a number of jobs in the field. In this … More My psychology journey: Part 1 – Undergraduate degree and first full time job

Reaching for new horizons on the A*STAR PhD programme

Adrián Magaz is a bioengineer by training, originally from Spain, and a postgraduate research student on the A*STAR PhD programme. This is a split-site programme that enables students to spend two years each in Singapore and Manchester. Below, he discusses his PhD experience in depth, from working in the labs here in Manchester to collaborating … More Reaching for new horizons on the A*STAR PhD programme

Expanding my worldview on the A*STAR PhD programme

Edward Pallister is a postgraduate research student from Redcar who is on the A*STAR PhD programme, which enables students to spend two years each in Singapore and Manchester. For those interested in the A*STAR PhD programme then look no further, as below, Edward provides a detailed account of how he’s found his A*STAR experience so … More Expanding my worldview on the A*STAR PhD programme

Do You See Me?: A Black History Month Panel

Black Pharmacists Collective (BPC) in collaboration with The University of Bradford are hosting a panel discussion with a range of Healthcare Professionals. This event is being held on Wednesday 28th October 2020 from 6-8pm and it is open to any Black healthcare students and young, early career professionals. FREE TICKETS are available HERE. The Black … More Do You See Me?: A Black History Month Panel