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Danielle Jones writes about how an inspirational charity job and visit to an LJMU graduate fair led her to study on the MA Social Work course

Finding your path

Danielle Jones writes about how an inspirational charity job and visit to an LJMU graduate fair led her to study on the MA Social Work course

MSc Sport Coaching student Leah Weaver shares her experience as a female football coach in a male-dominated sport and her hopes that more women will consider coaching as a career option

Goals for life

MSc Sport Coaching student Leah Weaver shares her experience as a female football coach in a male-dominated sport and her hopes that more women will consider coaching as a career option

Apr, 26 · in Community,Sport
Parasitology/Entomology PhD student Sandra Edmunds on the advantages of being a mature student and making the decision to give up her career to return to education as a Biology undergraduate

No regrets

Parasitology/Entomology PhD student Sandra Edmunds on the advantages of being a mature student and making the decision to give up her career to return to education as a Biology undergraduate

Apr, 08
Award-winning cook, food stylist and presenter Jo Pratt on her path from studying Home Economics at LJMU to becoming a best-selling food writer and restaurateur

The recipe for success

Award-winning cook, food stylist and presenter Jo Pratt on her path from studying Home Economics at LJMU to becoming a best-selling food writer and restaurateur

Mar, 24
Zoology/Animal Behaviour student and Student Advocate Jessica Mitchell on the demands of studying as a postgraduate and how the inclusive atmosphere at LJMU benefits students of all ages

The Ph(D) balance

Zoology/Animal Behaviour student and Student Advocate Jessica Mitchell on the demands of studying as a postgraduate and how the inclusive atmosphere at LJMU benefits students of all ages

Jan, 29
What does it feel like to win £25,000 for your world-changing idea? MEng Civil Engineering student Abbie Romano explains what it was like winning at The Telegraph STEM Awards with her idea for diggers with remotely-operated cameras on their arms to increase workplace safety on building sites

Winning The Telegraph STEM Awards 2015

What does it feel like to win £25,000 for your world-changing idea? MEng Civil Engineering student Abbie Romano explains what it was like winning at The Telegraph STEM Awards with her idea for diggers with remotely-operated cameras on their arms to increase workplace safety on building sites

Jan, 06
PhD student Emma Smith recalls starting her undergraduate degree at 29 and gives her tips for making the most of your time at University

The 21+ student experience at LJMU

PhD student Emma Smith recalls starting her undergraduate degree at 29 and gives her tips for making the most of your time at University

Nov, 27

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