Blog Archive

Senior Lecturer & Course Leader in Mathematics Andrew Toon
Mathematics

Interview with Andrew Toon – Course Leader for BSc (Hons) Mathematics

Our BSc (Hons) in Mathematics equips students with the cognitive and practical problem solving skills to successfully apply mathematical thinking in a wide range of real-world situations. Our course is also accredited by IMA (the Institute of Mathematics and it’s Applications). We caught up with course leader Andrew Toon to

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Courses

Studying Drama at Newman

I joined Newman University in September 2016 to study Drama after leaving Sixth Form, withdrawing from another university after 2 weeks, then working for a year in my Secondary School / Sixth Form in various departments. Now 5 years on since I got offered my place at Newman I want

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Advice

Lockdown Learning

By Chelsea Pinner and Wesley Rolston (Mentors and MRes Humanities graduates at Newman University). As part of Newman University’s mentoring scheme we are creating content to discuss master’s level and postgraduate level learning (however we hope this content is useful to all students in some way). This short blog details

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Careers

What can I do with an Applied Humanities degree?

Are you thinking about studying at Newman but unsure of which course would suit you? Factors to consider are: what subject area interests you, what style of degree will suit you and your long-term career aspirations. Applied Humanities offers a route into numerous professional careers including the following areas: Law

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Advice

What can I do with a Counselling degree?

Newman University’s Careers Progression Coach Clare Vincent, has put together a list of the types of careers a Counselling degree opens up for you. Depending upon the exact content of your degree, you can look at jobs such as: Advice worker Counsellor Counselling Psychologist Family Support Worker High Intensity Therapist

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Advice

No-one forgets a good teacher! Could that be you?

Teaching is a very rewarding career and a much-needed profession for the common and public good of our communities Have you considered a career in teaching? Have you enjoyed home schooling over the last few weeks and would like to put your new found talents to great use in the

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Advice

What can I do with a Youth & Community Work degree?

When choosing what to study at Newman, it is important to make sure the subject suits your requirements. Make sure you consider: your strengths and interests, the style of the course and your long-term career aspirations. A degree such as Youth & Community Work will enable you to gain a

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