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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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Lisa Wilson

Lisa WilsonMA Human Resource Management

Lisa works in human resources – she wanted a formal qualification and took the master’s part time.

I want a formal qualification to progress in my career. My MA will also be a big step towards membership of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.

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Stacie Hughes

Stacie HughesBSc (Hons) Food Nutrition and Health Science*

Stacie had experience within the food industry and wanted to build on the food course she had done at college.

'The New Product Development module set me up for the practical and the theoretical aspects of my career, and the tutors’ industry experience showed me what would be required of me in my job.'

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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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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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Emma Haslock

Emma HaslockFdA Counselling

Emma’s employers are supporting her through her part-time studies.

It is hard work, but I have learned so much and that is priceless.

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