Robyn Ashfield proved a trail-blazer for the Psychology department, the first student to study abroad via the Erasmus+ programme. Her spell at Mykolas Romeris University in Vilnius, Lithuania has inspired others to follow suit, and she made an impact during her studies in Eastern Europe with her fundraising efforts for the Autistic Society and Stroke Association.
Throughout her time at Edge Hill, Jade made the most of her experience by taking advantage of the opportunities provided to her.
After overcoming her own mental health issues while studying, Lauren achieved a First Class Honours degree and came second in the Dragons Den initiative presentation.
Throughout her time studying, not only has Janice excelled in her assignments, but she developed a highly successful educational campaign that runs in secondary schools across the North West.
Knowing how ﬁercely competitive the graduate employment market is for Psychology, Maddison chose to take advantage of the research internship scheme provided by the Department of Psychology, in order to get a better understanding of working in a professional research team.
Tom took advantage of the opportunities available to him whilst studying at Edge Hill by participating in the research internship scheme provided by the Department of Psychology.
BSc (Hons) Psychology student Lydia Suffling began her placement with the Human Resources department of IBM in June 2015, in Portsmouth.
Catalyst Psychology is a social enterprise providing child and educational psychology services within the Greater Manchester area.
The research internship scheme in the Department of Psychology provides funded opportunities each year for the second year students on our BSc (Hons) programmes.