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Suzanne

Rowe

United Kingdom

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“I was aware of the fantastic reputation of the university and its psychology department and past students recommended both the course and university to me. I was particularly impressed with the high levels of relevant experience amongst the course staff. I chose the course as the qualification is vital to my career progression and I felt NTU was by far the best place to take this course due to the staff expertise and the research department. The ability to work part-time was also key to my decision as I have remained in full-time employment.

“The facilities such as the library, psychology and computer labs have been incredibly useful. I also receive regular emails from the Employability service, which I find very helpful and I have been awarded a scholarship, which has allowed me to avoid getting a bank loan and purchase more books than I otherwise would have been able to.

“The opportunity to partake in applied projects, the forensic experience of the staff and the links with prisons and secure hospitals really stood out to me. At the point of writing I have particularly enjoyed Explanations of Crime, Qualitative Research Methods, Professional Forensic Practice and Reflective Practice. I am currently really enjoying this year’s modules. Coming to NTU was what I expected and more; the best decision I have ever made.”

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