MSc Health Psychology graduate, Sonia Khanom, recently took home first prize in a competition looking for the best dissertation within the Division of Psychology and Mental Health. Sonia received funding to go and present her dissertation, “The views and experiences...
Dave Jay is a pre-registration Clinical Scientist in Audiology at Manchester Royal Infirmary and a graduate of the MSc Audiology course at Manchester. Here, he describes his journey from working in the music industry to training as a clinical audiologist.
Lisa Mart is a peripatetic Teacher of the Deaf and a graduate of the PGDip Deaf Education course at Manchester. Here, she talks about the course and how she found her first job as a Teacher of the Deaf with the help of her course leaders.
Amie Peltzer is a graduate of the MSc Science Communication course at Manchester. She talks about how she came to study on the course and how the skills she has developed have helped her outside of academia.
Jane Beadman is a graduate of the MSc Deaf Education course at Manchester and a Teacher of the Deaf employed by Leicestershire County Council. Here, she reveals why and how she went into deaf education, and gives advice to anyone considering a similar career path.
Nick Atkins is a qualified peripatetic teacher and recent graduate of the PGDip in Deaf Education at Manchester. Here, he explains how balanced a full-time job with distance learning study during the course.
Alex Norbury is a graduate of the MSc in Clinical and Health Psychology at Manchester and currently works for consultancy firm Mott MacDonald. Here, he explains how the skills he learned during his degree have helped him pursue a career outside of clinical and academic fields.
Emma Foulds graduated from Manchester with a PGDip in Deaf Education in 2016. She is currently an Integrated Resource Co-ordinator and Teacher of the Deaf with the Sheffield Deaf and Hearing Impaired Service. Here, she tells us about what a typical day on the job is like.
Karen Gazeley has spent almost 30 years working as a Teacher of the Deaf after completing her training at Manchester in 1988. Here, she tells us about her career and the changes she has seen in the sector during this time.
Suzy Mangnall is a part-time on-campus student on the PGDip Deaf Education course at Manchester, which is aimed at qualified teachers who want to train as a Teacher of the Deaf. Here, she tells us what a typical day on the course involves.