Man Sao Lo
Man Sao Lo applies the skills she had developed whilst at Edinburgh in her new role as Clinical Instructor in Macau, China.
|Name||Man Sao Lo|
|Degree Course||MSc Advanced Nursing Practice|
|Year of Graduation||2014|
Your time at the University
I chose to study the MSc in Advanced Nursing at the University of Edinburgh because it was located in a small but vibrant city as well as its strong international reputation in medical and nursing training. During my time at Edinburgh, I loved studying, travelling and hiking with my brilliant classmates from all over the world.
Classes were run to a consistently high standard by experts in their field and. We were able to become friends with our teachers and they always cared about how I was doing especially as I was an international student studying abroad.
During my time at Edinburgh, I loved studying, travelling and hiking with my brilliant classmates from all over the world.
Tell us about your experiences since leaving the University
After finishing the MSc, with my horizons broadened and my research ability enhanced, I became a Clinical Instructor at a Nursing College in Macau, China.
Enjoy your time here and make the most of it!
Leaps in the Dark
Nursing graduates from the University of Edinburgh have become prominent academics, policy makers and innovative practitioners making a national and international impact. The alumni event ‘Leaps in the Dark’ on 4 November 2016 brings together this diverse group of nursing graduates in a mix of plenaries and workshops to document the ‘leaps’ taken by individuals and groups during each of the six decades of our history. There will also be a dedicated session at the Royal College of Nursing International Nursing Research Conference on 6-8 April 2016 for alumni to attend plus a session to be run by current students.
Visit the Leaps in the dark website for more information and to book