We have been publishing alumni profiles on the website since August 2012. Read about graduates from all aspects of life and their experiences at the University.
With our open days for prospective online learners scheduled for 26 and 27 May, we hear from four recent graduates who studied for their postgraduate degrees from their homes around the world.
Themes of travel, society, healthcare and changing paths come through in this month's selection of alumni stories.
This month's profiled alumni come from various backgrounds and fields but they all share a desire to contribute to their communities, from news reporting in war-torn zones to inspiring the next generation of scientists in the Caribbean.
Stories about changing career paths, finding work during the pandemic, and memories of fieldwork emerge from our featured alumni this month.
Stories about football, nursing, speech technology, teaching and the United Nations emerge from our featured alumni this month.
A wine educator, a retired surgeon, an environmental entrepreneur and graduates working in finance and business make up our featured profiles this month.
Graduates with expertise in public health, clinical psychology, social enterprises and the works of John Milton share their stories.
Graduates in India, Australia, the United States and Germany tell of their passion for forest conservation, sustainable winegrowing and technologies, public service and poetry.
We hear from a filmmaker who specialised in World War II series, a former resident of Antarctica and a semi-retired graduate who's led a multi-faceted career.
From historical sword fighting and corneal transplant procedures to the life of Thomas De Quincey and more, our featured alumni this month posses an eclectic range of knowledge.