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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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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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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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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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Christopher Moat

Christopher MoatParamedic Science, BSc (Hons)

Christopher Moat was working as a community paramedic in a very rural area when he decided to take a part-time Paramedic Science degree.

My time at Teesside University has prepared me for the next stage in my career and personal development.

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Mark Harrison

Mark HarrisonBA (Hons) History

Mark is studying part-time while working full time as a joiner.

'I find the course interesting and challenging as I don’t come from an academic background.'

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