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Laura Chapman

Laura ChapmanBA (Hons) Education Studies

Laura studied part-time as part of her professional development.

Studying while working can be difficult, but you have to make it work for you.

Meet Laura Chapman

Debbie Armstrong

Debbie ArmstrongBSc (Hons) Practice Innovation

Debbie studied part-time while working full time as a nurse.

I graduated with a first so it was all worth it.

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David Parkinson

David ParkinsonBSc (Hons) Psychology and Counselling

For David, studying part-time is all about realising his potential.

It's worth it from every possible standpoint. You only get out of it what you put in. It's been the making of me.

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Sandra Davies

Sandra DaviesBA (Hons) Fine Art

Sandra’s part-time degree led her to a writing career.

'I am a different person as a result of the experience.'

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Ben Tucker

Ben TuckerBSc (Hons) Applied Chemistry*

Ben’s employers, Huntsman Pigments, supported him through his studies.

'It was a pleasure to be taught by staff who obviously have a genuine passion for the subject.'

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Lee Rukin

Lee Rukin

Lee RukinWork Based Studies (Leadership and Management)

Lee Rukin wanted promotion to a leadership role within Cleveland Police, so he enrolled on a Leadership and Management course at Teesside University.

I was aspiring to be a leader within Cleveland Police. The course has allowed me to develop my skills as a leader and enhance my theoretical knowledge of leadership.

Meet Lee Rukin