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Institute of Humanities & Creative Arts successful alumni

  • Derek Allen

    Dr Derek Allen, who studied part-time in the Institute of Humanities and Creative Arts, will be the first person to be awarded a University of Worcester PhD.

  • Jack Ryan-Philips

    Not only did Jack achieve a First Class Honors Degree in Creative Digital Media, but he also picked up two academic scholarships along the way.

  • Laura Miles (graduated 2011)

    Laura graduated with a 2:1 degree in English Literary and English Language Studies from the University of Worcester.

  • Aliss Hadley

    Aliss Hadley graduated with a Single Honours degree in Media & Cultural Studies in 2011

  • David Wheildon

    David Wheildon graduated with a 2.1 (Upper Second Class) degree in English Literary Studies in 2010

  • Carrie Ann Wilcox

    When Carrie Ann Wilcox left drama school her acting career was off to a good start with offers of work rolling in.Until one day, Carrie Ann had a complete change of heart and decided instead to pursue a career in writing.

  • Graham Lyttle

    At the end of a successful career as a software engineer for the manufacturing industry, Graham Lyttle could have drifted quietly into retirement.

  • Justyn Surrall

    Malvern student Justyn Surrall will graduate having already firmly established himself on his chosen career path.

  • Kate Lee

    Journalism student Kate Lee will complete her time at the University of Worcester in a traditional gown and mortarboard at the graduation ceremony but her student experience has been far from typical.

  • Robbie Brittain

    Shortly after completing a Masters degree in Drama at the University of Worcester, Robbie Brittain found himself locked in a box for twelve hours, performing random tasks in an effort to please the gathered crowds, and all in the name of art.

  • Will Fyfe

    Will Fyfe graduated from the University of Worcesters Journalism course, having already begun to establish a career in radio.

  • Nick Zabierek

    Nick Zabierek graduated with a First Class Honours in Animation and Screenwriting, and his degree has already taken him a long way.

  • Tom Davis

    The World Cup in Brazil made 2014 a gripping year for all football fans, none more so than Tom Davis.

  • Martha Ives

    A lifelong passion for design, inspirational teaching and hard work all helped Martha Ives earn a First Class Honours degree in Graphic Design and Multimedia; an achievement which has allowed her to go on and begin to build a career in the industry.

  • Lucy-Rae Naylor

    A student from Teeside is celebrating after achieving First Class Honours in her degree.

  • Abigail Dunnett

    Abigail Dunnett, from Woodbridge, Suffolk, is celebrating after achieving First Class Honours in her Sociology degree.

  • Claire Shipman

    Claire Shipman has achieved First Class Honours in her BA (Hons) in English Literary Studies at the University of Worcester.

  • Lee Mitchell

    Lee Mitchell is hoping to combine his love of travel and writing and pursue a career in the luxury holiday/travel PR industry after achieving First Class Honours in his Journalism degree.

  • Lorna Webb

    Going to university was never in Lorna Webbs life plan. Yet today, she is graduating from the University of Worcester with a First Class Honours in Journalism and Screenwriting.

  • Joshua Godfrey

    A local newspaper journalist is graduating from the University of Worcester today.