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I've been so privileged to work alongside such passionate mentors in practice and such amazing role models at university, and it's with the help of these amazing teachers that I've come so far
- Sophie, BSc (Hons) Midwifery  
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6 September 2017

I’m not sure how many other degrees give you an opportunity to learn about so many different topics; from accounting and finance, to HR and economics. The business degree really does give you a taste of everything. Read more…

12 May 2017

Guest blogger Kerry is studying Animal Behaviour in Cambridge. This year, she's hoping to join an expedition to Guyana - and take a step into the international conservation zone that she aims to work in after graduating. Read more…

2 May 2017

Ever watched One Born Every Minute? Think midwifery is about drinking tea and cuddling babies? Think again! (But it's still the best career in the world...) Read more…

3 May 2016

I’d like to start my series of blogs with the Intern Programme. The LAIBS (Lord Ashcroft International Business School) Intern Programme is possibly one of the best activities you could invest your time in… Read more…

2 May 2016

In my second semester of first year, I transferred from the smaller Peter Taylor building to the main block. I shared my kitchen with some great students from Brazil, who were on a year-long exchange and I still keep in contact with them now. Read more…

15 April 2016

My first blog goes back almost three years to September 2013; I had finished college in May and worked full-time over the summer so coming back into education after earning a wage was tough! Read more…

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