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Institute of Education successful alumni

  • Ami Green

    For Ami Green, graduation was extra special after battling an illness which left her without her sight for prolonged periods.

  • Maria Gaidarova

    When Maria Gaidarova was given the opportunity to study from her home in Bulgaria for a Postgraduate Certificate from the University of Worcester she jumped at the chance.

  • Steve Bennett

    After a career working for the Ministry of Justice, Steve Bennett decided it was time to branch out on his own.

  • Zayla Beecham

    Zayla Beecham completed her eighth year at the University of Worcester in 2011 having ploughed her way through four courses to achieve her dream job.

  • Joss McLeod

    Enrolling at university is a life-changing decision for anyone but for Joss McLeod it was a decision that would affect her whole family.

  • Marcel Simpson

    Having witnessed, first hand, rioting on the streets of his hometown, Marcel Simpson knew that he wanted to make a difference to the lives of young people.

  • Lisa Kerry

    "The Foundation Degree in Learning Support has transformed the way I view my mental landscape," said Lisa.

  • Elaine Parry

    Juggling studies with looking after a family full-time is no easy thing to do. But for mother-of-two Elaine Parry it proved a huge success as she graduates today with a First Class Honours degree in Primary Initial Teacher Education.

  • Jonnie Rainnie

    When deciding where to do his PGCE, the University of Worcester quickly became an obvious choice for Jonnie Rainni

  • Kate Newby

    Kate Newby had barely started a two-year Foundation Degree in Learning Support at the University of Worcester when she was struck by a personal tragedy. Her husband died suddenly, leaving her with three small sons.

  • Emma Cartwright

    Almost twenty years on from her first graduation ceremony, Emma Cartwright will graduate from the University of Worcester’s PGCE programme.

  • Jo Hammick

    For Jo Hammick, who will graduate with a Foundation Degree in Early Years studies, the graduation ceremony will represent the realisation of a long-held ambition.

  • Anna Daley

  • Emma Wilcock

    For many students, managing their time whilst at university can be a delicate balancing act, but Emma Wilcock, who graduated with a degree in Education Studies, took the art of time management to new levels.

  • Lisa Hodson

    Lisa Hodson graduated at Worcester Cathedral following a year which saw her complete her degree as her children sat major exams.

  • Jo Buckett

    Jo Buckett is no stranger to difficult challenges, but she says that when she graduated at Worcester Cathedral, it wrapped up what was the toughest challenge of her life.

  • Robert Pugh

    Worcester Cathedral is full of proud parents and family members during Graduation ceremonies, but few more so than the family of Primary Initial Teacher Education graduate, Robert Pugh.

  • Amy Eaton and Beth Elvidge

    Two former Stourbridge students return to the classroom to help the shortage of Maths teachers

  • Francesca Courtney and Tristan Cooper

    Two Tewkesbury Students Return to the Classroom to Help the Shortage of Maths Teachers

  • Jonathan Males

    Tenbury Man Urges More to Consider a Career in Maths

  • Joshua Hemming

    Worcester Student Helps to Fill National Maths Teacher Shortage

  • Elizabeth Roe

    A Walsall student is celebrating after achieving First Class Honours in her teaching degree.

  • Kerri-Anne Smith

    Kerri-Anne Smith is starting work as a teacher this September after achieving First Class Honours in her Primary Initial Teacher Education degree.

  • Rebecca Hankin

    Rebecca Hankin is starting her career as a teacher after achieving First Class Honours in her degree.

  • Charlotte Jeffs

    Charlotte Jeffs is a Worcester graduate through and through, having completed a three year BA honours degree in Early Childhood Studies and today she graduates with a Primary Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE).

  • Dan Attfield

    Dan Attfield graduates today with a PGCE from the University of Worcester, but this doesn’t tell half the story of a man who gave up a successful management career to pursue his passion for teaching.

  • Pam Norris

    Pam Norris is proof that hard work and determination really do pay off. Now 42, Pam admits to having had ‘too much fun’ when she took her A Levels aged 18, which meant she missed out on university first time round.