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Joseph Kean

Joseph KeanContemporary Issues in Drug Use, MSc

Joseph was a drug advice worker, who had experience of a number of different statutory and voluntary social service sector jobs, but little focus and specialism. Studying an MSc part time at Teesside University allowed him to address this, and since graduating he has gained promotion.

I feel that the combination of my qualifications and experience have prepared me to undertake more senior roles.

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Ashleigh Williams

Ashleigh WilliamsBEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering

Ashleigh’s employer supported her while she studied part-time.

This qualification has helped me to get a pay rise and should help me to gain further employment in the future.

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Lauren Barker

Lauren Barker

Lauren BarkerMSc Marketing Management

Lauren’s employers are supporting her part-time studies.

The moment I sit in the classroom and listen to the professional lecturers it is truly inspiring and makes me even more driven.

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Nicky Teasdale

Nicky TeasdaleBEng Tech (Hons) Renewable Energy Engineering

Nicky’s part-time study has enabled him to start a challenging and satisfying career.

'Don't envy your friend who has a good career, be the friend who is envied for having a good career.'

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Susan Finnigan

Susan FinniganLeadership and Management, BA (Hons)

Susan wanted to demonstrate her competence and ability, and broaden the boundaries of her role within the organisation for which she works.

As I progressed through my degree, gaining new skills and confidence, I was able to take on new challenges and to lead on processes and assignments.

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Darren Coleman

Darren ColemanBEng (Hons) Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Part-time student Darren excels.

'The University facilities are of a high standard and the lecturer support is unquestionable.'

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