It is very satisfying to be able to apply what I learned during my Master’s to designing what I hope are good courses and good teaching materials.
by Dominic O'Dwyer
As a Catholic nun, l work with young people in the parish. I chose the Master’s in Counselling because l have a special interest in working with young girls who are facing difficulties in their lives.
by Antoinette Adzoa Abiwu
The theories I read at Bristol and the realities I see hear in Nigeria are culminating to what I want to do in my PhD
by Kingsley Arinze Nworah
I joined the United Nations in 1991 and worked for UNESCO for 18 years.
by Professor Rupert Donald Iain Maclean, AO
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