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Biomedical Science student and graduate profiles

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Sarah Sherrington  MSc Biomedical Science, 2012-2013

Sarah Sherrington, MSc Biomedical Science, 2012-2013

I really enjoyed carrying out my final lab based project and I would recommend Aston University to others, especially the biology courses as I feel they offer a wide range of modules with relevance to current scientific research.

I believe my master’s degree and lab experience gained during my final project helped to secure the job placement I am currently undertaking and will help me secure further employment. I am currently carrying out a 10 month paid work placement as a technical assistant within the biosciences team at Aston University. The Biosciences technical team is responsible for preparing and setting up all practical classes carried out by students, as well as demonstrating and supporting learning within the classes.

While deciding what to do after my MSc course several academic members of staff offered helpful advice and provided references for me while looking for a job/ further study. I also found the Aston Futures website useful while looking for jobs.

Emmanuel Toboh

 Emmanuel Toboh, MSc Biomedical Science, 2014-2015

I also have no doubt that I will choose Aston University for my PhD studies in the near future.

I was a practicing Biomedical Scientist in Ghana prior to enrolling in this programme at Aston University.

I am very happy with my postgraduate course choice; this is because I believe in excellence, academic and research excellence for that matter, which is exactly what Aston University provides. The high quality of teaching and learning which is backed by didactic support systems from academic staff and the Learning Development Centre, make this institution an obvious choice.

Apart from that, Aston being an equal opportunities University has enabled me to realise my dream of a high quality UK education. I was awarded the Ferguson Scholarship, which is worth £12,600 tuition fees. The University’s relatively small campus size and high multicultural student community has enabled me to fully integrate quickly into both academic and extracurricular activities.

Through the programme I have been exposed to new trends in theory and practice in Biomedical Science. The programme covers modules such as Immunology, Toxicology, Clinical and Molecular Endocrinology, Stem Cells, Human Diseases, Research Methods  and also a research project. These are key in my acquisition of transferable skills and expertise, which are in keeping with my ambition to become a Biomedical Researcher back home.


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JOUMSI TAGNE TATIANA, MSc Biomedical science 2014-2015

 

Aston is definitely the place to be.

 

I am from Cameroon and presently doing my Masters in Biomedical sciences. I must say I have had wonderful experiences at Aston so far and will live to remember these. My MSc involves modules that enhance my scientific and technical skills. I have learnt a lot so far especially with regards to scientific and critical writing and laboratory skills via the various modules offered.

Aston’s team is wonderful with the support they offer which is helpful especially for international students like me. Being an international student I settled in really well in this very friendly environment.The Learning Development Centre (LDC) is the ideal place for knowledge empowerment as they offer great support in all aspects. In addition, ‘personal tutors’ really guide their students to the path of success.

I live on campus, which is really good because my accommodation is 2 minutes away from the main building and library and so giving me the opportunity to pop in at any time for extra reading. Aston University is located at the heart of Birmingham. The City centre with various shops offering supplies is just 10 minutes away from Uni.

 ‘Don’t miss out the wonderful opportunity offered by the Aston team’.

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