"The highlight for me was the pride in being given responsibility, and being able to complete work to a high standard. By the end of my placement I really felt a part of the team, and as though I was contributing in a meaningful way."
"My greatest achievement was in completing my two novels, which my degree helped me to complete by enriching my understanding of literature and allowing me to frequent specialised people in the subject."
“I think my proudest achievement has been delivering face-to-face presentations to our customer and discussing ways to solve various design issues with them.”
The University of Surrey was named the number one university in the UK for security in the Times Higher Education (THE)’s Student Experience Survey 2017, as well as ranking fifth nationally in the survey overall, rising from 26th place last year.
“Studying for my PhD at Surrey was a great experience. There’s plenty of support available to enable PhD students to become effective researchers such as the researcher development programme, which offers a wide range of helpful workshops.”
“I’m now finishing the first year of my PhD and I have already filed a patent application covering the intellectual property of the novel materials I’ve developed.”
"This programme has significantly changed my future, I can definitely say I have learnt immense amounts in a small period of time and look forward to the lifetime of learning to come whilst working within the NHS."
“I’ve been able to improve my entrepreneurial skills and develop a ‘green’ business idea which has gone through to the final round of an EU Project award, where I will have to pitch to investors.”
"Choosing to study at Surrey was the best way for me to begin working towards my career as a Physician Associate."