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Graduates from Teesside University span the globe

Here some of our successful alumni detail how Teesside helped them on their career path.

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Hannah Dodsworth

Hannah DodsworthBA (Hons) Journalism

Hannah's work placement opened her eyes to see that journalism isn’t restricted to just media.

I would absolutely recommend this course to anyone. So much so my younger brother is now studying here and loving it too.

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Adam Richardson

Adam RichardsonBA (Hons) English Studies

Adam came to Teesside University as a mature student - the graduate intern programme led to a permanent job using his new skills.

'My studies have proved a great asset in preparing me for my current career.'

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Mitesh Lakhani

Mitesh LakhaniGraduated with honours in digital forensics

Senior associate, Deloitte

'My course at Teesside helped me prepare for a career in forensics – I learnt a vast amount. I’ve been able to use my knowledge and techniques in the real world of work.'

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Tom Mulliner

Tom Mulliner BA (Hons) Multimedia Journalism

Tom is a communications adviser at SSI UK.

'Support from University staff was great. I know that they will still offer me advice if I need it.'

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Taib Kasnazany

Taib KasnazanyLLM Criminal Law

Taib studied a criminal law master’s at Teesside to broaden his existing knowledge and experience.

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Emma Charnley

Emma  CharnleyBA (Hons) Computer Games Art

I was struggling to find what I wanted to do at university right up to a fortnight before the UCAS deadline. I knew I wanted to do something related to art, but I wanted a secure job field to go into.

You can’t really put a price on the effect university has had on my life. It definitely seemed worth the cost to me, I can say some of my happiest memories were in those three years and now I have a great job to show for it.

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