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Nursing student Josh offers his advice on achieving a healthy study-life balance.
Geography student, Kiran Maher visited Iceland to study its unique and diverse landscape.
Hear how Alexandra overcame adversity to pursue a university education.
We catch up with the winner of LJMU's Three Minute Thesis Competition, Gemma Griffiths to find out about her research.
While studying Nutrition at LJMU, Cathrine Baungaard gained valuable transferable skills by taking part in a range of learning...
Field trip gives Policing Studies and Forensics students insight into crime scene forensics and approaches to policing in...
Dimitrios Christou chose to study Sport Development at LJMU based on the idea that sport has the power to make a positive...
Rusty Drysdale was nominated for Outstanding Contribution to Diversity and Inclusion in this year’s Student Nursing Times...
Stephanie Tamdem Guetchueng is a PhD student working alongside drug discovery researchers at LJMU to find new ways to control...
Susie Ocana and Natalie Wade prove it’s never too late to learn. They both decided to return to education in order to progress...