Amos Wynn is proof that a degree in one subject can allow a student to keep their career options open elsewhere.
Steven Walker has made his mark in Palaeontology by naming a new species of fossil.
Edward Haynes has made great strides since joining Edge Hill University in 2016.
Rachel Walker believes that giving up her time at Brian House has helped enhance her future opportunities.
A first-year teaching student is combining her studies with planning a third trip to Kenya to support an educational initiative in one of the poorest neighbourhoods in Africa.
Computing student Callum Bridge believes the support received at Edge Hill University has enabled him to successfully juggle his other commitments.
The benefits of volunteering and helping young people has been a key part of Emily Unsworth’s progress into higher education.
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.
Much travelled Michael Gleeson has served his country and overcome both physical and mental health issues to realise his lifelong ambition of pursuing higher education.
A Child Nursing student has used a bout of ill-health to raise migraine awareness among young people – gaining BBC coverage in the process.