Psychology students at Edge Hill University have taken part in a virtual-style ‘Dragon’s Den’ event where they pitched psychology inspired business ideas to three top TV experts.
A vital programme that addresses skills shortages in technology and offers women the chance to retrain in the digital sector has scooped a national industry award.
The outstanding contributions that employers, students and alumni make in supporting graduate careers have been recognised in the first virtual awards hosted by Edge Hill University’s Careers Team.
Three Edge Hill University sports degrees have received official endorsement from the sector’s professional standards body, which will help students get ahead in the jobs market.
Newly-qualified teacher Danielle Barrett, who completed her Early Years PGCE at Edge Hill University in July, took part in the the Study China programme thanks to support from the University’s Student Opportunity Fund.
A work experience opportunity has paid dividends for a Physical Geography and Geology student at Edge Hill University.
There was dual cause for celebration for Edge Hill University graduate Morgan Murphy in July.
Two years ago, Amy Magill overcame several obstacles to graduate with a First Class degree in Child Health and Wellbeing; today, she can now add a Masters to her list of academic achievements.
Animation students from Edge Hill University gained invaluable collaborative project experience after linking up with counterparts in Lisbon, Portugal.
A Law & Psychology student is spending her summer helping people affected by the Windrush scandal.