I have applied the experience and knowledge I gained at the Graduate School of Education to my career, my hobbies and my daily life.
by Paradee Minchainant
The University of Bristol is a world-renowned university with exceptional support for international students.
by Parveena Khanijou
Seeing my students develop through learning makes me proud.
by Dhitta Puti Sarasvati Ramli
Thanks to my MSc TESOL from the Graduate School of Education, I am now a senior lecturer at Bangkok University
by John Fisher
Counselling is a very broad area. You may want to ask yourself which area you are really interested in. Then go for it!
by Lan Tran
It is never too old to go back to school and pursue a higher degree. I found that my prior work experience as a classroom teacher enriched and complemented my learning experience in Bristol.
by Yann Shiou Ong
From quite tentative beginnings, I have reflected, observed and worked my way up to Head of English in an International School in fewer than seven years.
by Emma Hamilton
Beginning my 17 hour journey from Malaysia to Bristol I was faced with a mixture of emotions about what I was about to discover in a foreign land.
by Dr Elizabeth Anthony
Studying at Bristol has provided me with plenty of knowledge and experience to share with people in Brunei and I hope I will be able to bring about positive changes in education.
by Yvonne Chin Chen Yong
Here, in Afghanistan, I’m incredibly proud that we have been able to bring primary education to thousands of children.
by Jennifer Blinkhorn
John Budd influenced the rest of my teaching career, including teaching German very visually by kicking wastepaper bins to emphasis teaching ‘ich bin’ (I am) to beginners.
by Elisabeth Lazarus
I joined the United Nations in 1991 and worked for UNESCO for 18 years.
by Professor Rupert Donald Iain Maclean, AO