Husnain Shah is the perfect example of a student who through hard work and determination has managed to make a positive impact.
Mum-of-two Lorna Randall who swopped a profit-driven career to become an NHS midwife is hoping to make childbirth a better experience for women with mental health conditions.
Computing student Callum Bridge believes the support received at Edge Hill University has enabled him to successfully juggle his other commitments.
A dedicated Nursing student has used the skills she has learned on her degree to improve life in her local community for those with learning disabilities or sensory issues.
The importance of mental health awareness and an active lifestyle have been key in Mel Mitchell’s role in Campus Sport at Edge Hill University.
Alongside his academic studies, committed student Kyle Clark has dedicated much of his time to raising awareness of mental health and issues within the LGBT+ community.
After overcoming an abusive arranged marriage to transform her life through education, Roshan Adam was this week awarded a Chancellor’s Scholarship
Stephanie Edwards decided to leave work and return to education as a mature student, and after overcoming a huge personal hurdle, she has been awarded a prestigious Chancellor’s Scholarship.
A nursing student who was identified by one of her classmates as “one of the most inspirational people I’ve ever met” has not only graduated today but has also been awarded a prestigious Chancellor’s scholarship.
One day Jessica Johnson went to pick up the phone and found she couldn’t speak. She was a student, working a part-time job in a café while she studied for her degree at Edge Hill University, and regularly took orders over the phone.