Following his father’s footsteps in Dentistry; For Craig Jack, the learning never stops, even after graduating from Dental School. Craig chose The University of Manchester due to a good Open Day and Interview experience along with falling in love with the vibrant city, and it’s fair to say it certainly lived up to his expectations! … More Would I do it all again? I think the short answer is yes!
Jackie Caine, has used the Zoology degree she gained at the University of Manchester to work within many aspects of wildlife conservation, combining lab and field experience within the UK and Africa, Jackie is now helping tackle wildlife conservation on a global scale. I graduated from Manchester way back in 2006 with my Zoology degree and a vague … More Navigating a career in conservation
Midwifery graduate, Victoria Arthur, always knew she wanted to work in healthcare but was undecided in what area. Here, she talks us through her route into Midwifery, studying at The University of Manchester, and how she has recently specialised in Fetal Medicine at St Mary’s Hopspital. When I was younger I always knew I wanted … More My route into Midwifery
Ana Castillo is an extremely proud Mexican. Before moving to Manchester to study an Msc in Genomic Medicine she volunteered at an organisation which supported young children from her home country who had been diagnosed with cancer. Then, upon finishing her postgraduate studies at Manchester, she instantly returned to Mexico to help pick up the … More Contributing to your community is vital. I found out the hard way.
Interested in teaching? Look no further. Steve Simkin graduated from the University of Manchester in 2016 after studying Biochemistry with Industrial Experience. Since then, through TeachFirst, Steve has become a fully qualified teacher and has found himself working with, helping and teaching underprivileged kids at a notoriously poor school. Sure, it might not sound too … More The rewarding road to becoming a teacher
Like many students, Preeyah Purang picked her university degree based on what she enjoyed most at school. It’s a reasonable decision, pick what you’re good at and you can’t go wrong, right? In Preeyah’s case, that course was Biology, however she soon realised that perhaps Biology provided too much variety and not enough specialist knowledge. … More It’s never too late to change your mind