Medicine at Manchester: An International Student’s Perspective

Malaika Haider is an international Medicine student from Singapore who is currently coming to the end of her first year at the University of Manchester. Picking the right university is, of course, very important for all students but perhaps even more so for international students who can’t just hop on a train and go home … More Medicine at Manchester: An International Student’s Perspective

From planning a wedding to genome editing: Studying postgrad part-time

When she’s not working with the NHS full-time or planning her wedding (congratulations, by the way!), Catherine Banks still manages to study her MSc in Genomic Medicine on a part-time basis. Starting the programme this year, Catherine will complete the Master’s over the next 2 years: this course is one our many flexible postgraduate programmes … More From planning a wedding to genome editing: Studying postgrad part-time

Placement Perspectives: ‘Oh, I do like to be beside the seaside…’

In a new series of blogs entitled, ‘Placement Perspectives’, we take a look at how some of our Bioscience students who have elected to do a year of industrial/professional experience are getting on. We got in touch with Lydia Grimshaw, who is now in the third year of her BSc in Zoology, to see how she’s been enjoying her chosen … More Placement Perspectives: ‘Oh, I do like to be beside the seaside…’

Holsitic without hand-holding: a well-rounded approach to Restorative & Aesthetic Dentistry

Dr. Alexandra Davies is an Aesthetic and Restorative Dentist currently practising in Abingdon, Oxfordshire. She graduated from Pécs University, Hungary in 2013 and has since attended Tipton Training courses in Restorative and Operative Dentistry, become an Invisalign Go Provider and qualified in Facial Aesthetics. Now in the last year of her MSc in Aesthetic and … More Holsitic without hand-holding: a well-rounded approach to Restorative & Aesthetic Dentistry

Simulation in Speech & Language Therapy

We recently sat down with the some students and staff from BSc Speech & Language Therapy to discuss the new teaching methods that have been introduced to the curriculum: these range from wider clinical skills sessions and discussions, to acting out real-life scenarios in brand new simulation suites. Here’s what Senior Clinical Teaching Fellow, Emma Ormerod had … More Simulation in Speech & Language Therapy

Getting to the core of it: a rundown of Forensic Psychology and Mental Health at Manchester

MSc Forensic Psychology and Mental Health is aimed at Psychology undergraduates who want to pursue a career working in a forensic setting. Jo Curry is a recent graduate from the programme – take a look at her breakdown of the course, the University and what it’s like to live in Manchester… When I first read the description for … More Getting to the core of it: a rundown of Forensic Psychology and Mental Health at Manchester