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Our students share their thoughts and feelings about what makes Surrey so right.
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Studying biomedical science at Surrey was, in a word, fantastic. And I would strongly advise doing a placement year to anyone; it’s invaluable for employability and life experience.
My summer internship at Flock Mobility has given me a number of opportunities such as creating software for sustainable mobility and getting an insight into the work culture of a start-up.
I enjoyed my four-week elective placement in Ghana – I always wanted to do my elective internationally to see a different healthcare system.
I always wanted to work at Great Ormond Street Hospital as a qualified nurse – and now I will! It’s my dream job.
I enjoyed the course and practising so much, I just knew I didn’t want that to end after I qualified... I am now an Advanced CBT Therapist and I love the diversity of my role.
I contacted several potential supervisors from various universities but was instantly seduced by the accessibility and generosity of spirit of staff from the School of Literature and Languages at the University of Surrey .
One of the great things about GSA is the fact that it's connected to the University of Surrey. This meant that not only did I feel a part of the small community that is the Guilford School of Acting, but I also felt like I was a part of the larger University of Surrey community having access to all the wider University has to offer.
I joined Surrey’s boat club with the initial intention of getting fit and exploring a new sport – not realising that it would lead me to become part of a tight-knit family, creating wonderful memories and forming lifelong friendships.
With a focus on practical learning, expert teaching staff and a supportive environment, this course offers an ideal platform to become a skilled and compassionate healthcare educator.