Graduates with expertise in public health, clinical psychology, social enterprises and the works of John Milton share their stories.
After studying for his MSc in Infectious Diseases at Edinburgh via online learning, Dr Dricile Ratib completed a PhD in Public Health and now splits his time lecturing and working for a humanitarian organisation.
I’m participating in an awareness campaign to try to reach the most affected communities with the right psychosocial and public health messages.
First in her family to go to university, Linda Shuttleworth fulfilled her dream of becoming an NHS clinical psychologist, while contributing to the growth of mental health services in Uganda.
We have developed a model of enabling Ugandan health staff and tutors to deliver training and services, through our funding and supportive visits.
Renowned Milton scholar Dr John Hale on the research path that took him to Dunedin, New Zealand, and why the author of 'Paradise Lost' is worth disagreeing with.
In his verse — his voice in the verse — Milton has no parallel. The sublimity of his “epic voice” takes possession when you read it aloud with other people.
Mastercard Foundation Scholar and 2020 graduate Prince Chakanyuka reflects on unexpected dinners, social enterprises, and starting work remotely as a business planner.
I competed at the Enactus entrepreneurship World Cup Competition in California were our team was ranked in the top eight teams.