I was delighted when I received a South West Doctoral Training Centre, Economic and Social Research Council studentship award to do a PhD at the Graduate School of Education.
by Julie Betenson
Bristol is my academic and intellectual home. I will graduate, leave and head towards a more complex world; I will never stop exploring.
by Qing Wang
I have worked in a variety of policy roles within Ofsted, local government and, more recently, at the Higher Education Funding Council.
by Anna Edwards
I have more than twenty years’ experience in teaching and teacher training in Greece, the UK and at the British Council, Bahrain, and have taught graduate courses as a visiting professor at Saint Michael's College, Vermont, US.
by Christine Irvine-Niakaris
What are we going to do with all this knowledge?
by Andres & Bernardita Munoz Chereau
My stay at Bristol was a memorable one in many respects
by Dame Pearlette Louisy
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
We can’t expect the same social norms for people who live in different social contexts.
by Chisa Matsukawa
The Graduate School of Education introduced me to some inspirational thinkers, such as Guy Claxton, and this made me realise that I wanted to develop a career within Higher Education.
by Adele Gardner
Education is more than just literacy or maths or science. It’s how you can build a fair inclusive, equalitarian society.
by Mauricio Nurcellas
I would like to develop a research profile that looks at transitional small states.
by Terra Sprague
All these achievements can be attributed to the academic integrity, the research abilities and all the educational and cultural experiences that I acquired in my four and half years at Bristol, some of the best years of my life.
by Kai Ren
My proudest achievement since my study is being editor-in-chief of the International Journal of Computer-Assisted Language Learning and Teaching (IJCALLT), published by IGI Global, USA.
by Dr Bin Zou
Today whenever I look at her, I feel a deep sense of personal pride for what I perceive as my ‘double accomplishment’ – the start of an academic career and my role as a mom – I am Dr Mom.
by Shawanda Stockfelt
I used what I learned at the GSOE to prepare a proposal for the British Council; I was lead technical writer for the evaluation of an education development program in Southern Pakistan.
by Sughra Choudhry Khan
As a child I attended the local primary school on Grand Turk and have recently retired from the position of Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Education, Youth, Sports and Culture - Turks and Caicos Islands Government
by Beatrice Louise Fulford
My aversion to anything mathematical was completely changed during my time at the Graduate School of Education and, for the first time, I enjoyed learning statistics.
by Sika Akoto
I presented my paper at five international conferences during my PhD study, from Asia and Europe to North America.
by Tingting Yuan