Dr Komal Saleem is a Professor at The University of Lahore in Pakistan and in 2015 he graduated from The University of Manchester with an MSc in Occupational Medicine. The blended learning course provides medical professionals all around the world with an opportunity to enhance their knowledge within the field of occupational medicine without having … More Studying Occupational Medicine at Manchester while working in Pakistan
Edward Small is a 4th-year dental student and a student ambassador for the BDS Dentistry course. Although it’s been a few years since he was a ‘fresher’ back in 2016, Welcome Week is by no means just for first-years. Students from all year groups get involved with helping you settle into the city, your accommodation, … More Welcome Week: Cramming everything in is no Small feat!
The Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health recently attended The University of Manchester’s annual celebration for those graduating from the Equity and Merit Scholarship: an initiative started in 2007 that has since offered financial support to over 255 individuals from Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda and Ethiopia. Not only does this help students gain a postgraduate qualification, … More Equity and Merit in FBMH
The Master’s in Biotechnology and Enterprise here at Manchester is a course that provides more than just excellent teaching: it gives you a greater knowledge of working in the biotechnology industry and helps build a strong foundation upon which you can develop your research skills. Consulting Case Competition 2019 This year, three MSc Biotechnology and … More This year in Msc Biotechnology and Enterprise
Jack Caulder is an overseas student in his final year on the MA in Social Work. One of the big draws for our programme is that we are a highly international university and the Master’s qualification itself allows you to practice in many different countries. With that in mind, we wanted to see what he … More MA Social Work: An International Perspective
Since obtaining her BSc in Biomedical Science in 2012, Jeannie Lee has flung herself into postgraduate research and is now into the second year of her PhD studies at the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine (LKC) – a joint medical institute paired with both Imperial College London and Nanyang Technological University. Jeannie previously worked … More Jeannie Lee and her PhD
Simone Malekar is a first-year student studying Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychology. We asked if she would share her thoughts on her course, Manchester and her journey thus far. Here’s what she had to say… First of all, studying a joint honours subject, my schedule keeps me pretty busy, but it’s a unique one as Cognitive Neuroscience … More From Mumbai to NYC, all the way to Manchester