Anatomical Sciences graduate, Melissa Surgey, has worked at the NHS since leaving the University of Manchester in 2012. Whilst most of her peers were planning a career in research or applying for postgraduate study during her final year on the three year programme, Melissa decided to take a different route, one which led her to … More Why a graduation scheme worked best for me, and could for you too
Regardless of how old you are or how long you’ve been in your job for, making the decision to have a career change is a courageous one. This is especially the case when the career you want to pursue is in nursing. In addition to courage, you need to be dedicated, patient, willing to put … More Changing career with the help of Manchester
The Msc Specialist Practice (Cancer) course at Manchester aims to help health professionals further their knowledge and practical skills in relation to oncology. David Wright is a student on the course and here, he tells us a bit about his career in oncology and haematology so far and also gives us an insight to what … More Forging a career in oncology
The majority of people who go to university have some sort of idea of what job they want at the end of it. These people might have dreamed about a certain career since they were very young or they might have only just figured it out. Either way, university is supposed to help aspirational individuals … More Be open to change – not everything is set in stone
Not many people get two stabs at being a student and to some people the thought of putting yourself through two degrees isn’t an appealing one. However, for Thomas Fathers, the opportunity to become a medical professional was one too good to turn down. Thomas has recently graduated from the PGDip Physician Associate Studies course … More The Physician Associate will see you now… The what?
Vimbai Tagarira was part of the cohort of Midwifery students who graduated last winter at Whitworth Hall. Eight months later, and Vimbai is still adapting to life away from the comforts of University but is thriving in her role as a rotational band5 midwife within the NHS. Here, she explains why graduation was one of … More Life as a qualified Midwife
Upon completing his Optometry master’s in 2016, Joseph Ong probably didn’t expect to still be at the University of Manchester two years later working as a Research Optometrist. However, it just so happened that certain opportunities arose and he took them with both hands. As he prepares to leave his position at the University to … More Why graduation didn’t call time on my Manchester journey