Edge Hill University has launched a new Master’s programme designed to encourage students to think critically about how autism is currently understood.
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.
The chance to take control of her destiny and pursue education later in life proved crucial in Heather Ransom’s Fastrack journey.
The route to higher educational attainment via Fastrack sated Gay Kowo’s thirst for knowledge when she embarked on her course in 2011.
A former Edge Hill Students’ Union President who was the first in her family to go to university has graduated with a distinction in her Masters in Sport, Physical Activity and Mental Health.
Not only has Connor Jackson graduated from Edge Hill University today with a Distinction in his Film and Media MA, his coursework is set to feature in an upcoming collection on zombies.
Alongside his studying, Wesley Griffiths has made the most of the extracurricular activities offered at Edge Hill and has already managed to secure a job. This makes him the ideal person to provide advice to current students.
Edge Hill is launching an innovative Masters degree in association with Everton in the Community (the official charity of Everton Football Club) this September.