Aisha created a breakthrough product during her industrial placement at Alchemy Ingredients. Tasked with creating sustainable, palm oil-free cosmetics, she developed a prototype range that is now being marketed internationally.
Gaia is from Italy and not only had to adjust to university life, but also to living in a different country. The support she received from the Department of Chemistry and the University as a whole, made her transition easier.
Amie studied in Spain during the third year of her degree. She improved her Spanish language skills, enjoyed incredible food and seeing new places, and also got valuable one-to-one research experience at the University of Zaragoza.
After graduating, Gagan joined Network Rail's Project Management graduate scheme. Soon after, he became Scheme Project Manager at Crossrail – a £14.8bn project that is currently Europe's largest infrastructure project.
Dr Philippa Cranwell, Undergraduate Admissions Tutor, Lecturer, University Director of Foundation Studies and University Teaching Fellow, guides students through their entire journey at the University.