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Newman Students at Citizens UK Birmingham Delegates Assembly

Citizens UK Birmingham

First year students from Newman University’s BA (Hons) Working with Children, Young People and Families (WCYPF), BA (Hons) Youth and Community Work, BA (Hons) Psychology and Childhood and BA (Hons) Counselling and WCYPF programmes who are currently studying Social Policy, had the opportunity to put theory into practice and get

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Black Madonna and Child of Covid 19

Student Voice – Student sculpture on injustice, discrimination and race.

Advanced Diploma Integrative Psychotherapy Kate Egawa, a Newman 4th Year Advanced Diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy Studies student, has recently completed a sculpture that powerfully speaks to the themes of injustice, discrimination and race.  The department wanted to highlight her achievement and celebrate her talent. Kate writes, ‘Saturday 4th February was

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Aerial shot of the Newman University campus

Top 10 Clearing tips to help you find the right course

Clearing is often seen to be a very daunting experience and thought to those applying to university, but this should not be the case. You can use clearing for many reasons; applying after the 30th June 2022, if you did not receive any offers or you did not meet the

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Nursing students sitting in Sanctuary

What can I do with a Nursing degree?

Completing an approved nursing degree will enable you to pursue a career as a registered nurse. There are different types of nursing to consider including adult and mental health. Adult Nurses support and care for a variety of patients, including those suffering with minor injuries and ailments as well as

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Student Ambassadors on campus

The Life of a Student Ambassador

Newman University Criminology BA (Hons) student Ellie Brace, discusses what it’s like to be a Student Ambassador at Newman. She talks about the activities she’s been involved in since her time as an Ambassador and why she enjoys the role so much. “After being at the university for two years

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Post it notes that say I love you mum!

Thoughtful Mother’s Day gifts under £30

With Mother’s Day less than 2 week away, we thought we’d share a few gift ideas for loved ones this Mother’s Day. Buying thoughtful gifts doesn’t have to cost a fortune, you’ll see what we mean… Persanalised jigsaw puzzle – £7.90 If your mum, nan or guardian enjoy making puzzles,

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Ryan Johnson

In the words of Newman University alumni Ryan Johnson

Ryan Johnson is a recent graduate of Newman University, originally studying BA (Hons) Business Management with us, Ryan went on to complete his MBA, graduating in 2020. Ryan shares with us his journey since leaving Newman. “Where have the past three months gone? In fact, where have the past 18

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Students sitting in classroom

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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