Despite suffering from severe ill health, Claire excelled academically – winning prizes and gaining the highest marks in her final dissertation – and went on to secure her dream job as a Play Therapist.
Liam gained a rare insight into international politics during a two-week work placement at the European Parliament in Brussels, enabling him to understand the workings of a political system that affects the lives of over 500 million people.
Studying abroad in Denmark gave Emma much more than practical skills to work with children, added self-conﬁdence and an international perspective on her studies – she also made lifelong friends with people from across the world.
Ground-breaking research is helping health professionals and care workers understand the issues and myths surrounding sex and sexuality of people with autism.
Each year students on the Early Childhood Studies and Childhood and Youth Studies programmes have the opportunity to explore key issues from their modules in an international context with an educational and culturally stimulating ﬁeld trip to Amsterdam.
A placement at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital helped Beth enhance her learning, develop new skills and set herself targets to get the most from her time at Edge Hill.