Georgia-Mae Riley wasn’t sure what she wanted to do after her A-Levels so signed up to a primary teaching degree because she thought she should follow the normal route onto university.
Jamie was just like any other Edge Hill teaching student, enjoying his school placement and playing football until one day in 2019 everything changed.
A student who came to Edge Hill in September to do a top up degree before heading down under to Australia is celebrating her new life with a job and a First.
Dad-of-three Barry Meaden, who quit his job in business development to follow his dream of becoming a teacher has graduated with a BA (Hons) Children and Young People’s Learning and Development degree.
Life is tickety-boo for former bingo caller Cheryl Spofforth, who at the age of 37 (not 92) has graduated from Edge Hill University with a First-Class Honours degree in Early Years Education with QTS.
Student Toby Mercer is not only celebrating gaining a BA (Hons) degree in Creative Writing but also the birth of his first daughter.
An Edge Hill academic has been awarded a prestigious Honorary Research Fellowship ahead of a major exhibition on the femme fatale.
Mum-of-three Angelica Gonzalez, who left South America to build a better life for her family has completed her degree despite working hard in a full-time career.
A Manchester student who put her mum’s health before her studies says lockdown helped her complete her degree after four years.
Graduation is here – you have worked so hard, in such unprecedented times, so we hope you take the time to celebrate all you have achieved.