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Two women who returned to university as mature students to follow their dreams in nursing and law have been honoured by the University of Cumbria.
Two of the country’s greatest engineering and education ambassadors and an internationally respected leader of occupational health education have received Honorary Doctorates from the University of Cumbria.
In the early 1980s, Ian Sinker and his future wife Mandy were students on the Lancaster campus which is now part of the University of Cumbria.
200 paramedic apprentices from across England officially graduated from University of Cumbria having learnt while they earned over the last two years.
Driven by her passion to deliver quality social care, Amy Milburn left her care home role during the Covid pandemic to return to learning because she ‘wanted to do more’ to help those in need.
Two parasitic disease experts from South Africa have travelled more than 14,000 kilometres (8,500 miles) to join their daughter’s celebration at the University of Cumbria’s summer 2023 graduations.
PRESS NOTICE: With a week to go, the University of Cumbria is making final preparations for its summer 2023 graduation ceremonies.
One of the UK’s most successful record producers and songwriters has returned to his home county to be honoured for his contribution to the music industry.
The President of the Commonwealth Nurses and Midwives Federation, which represents the nurses' associations of more than 50 countries, has been awarded the University of Cumbria’s highest honour.
Internationally recognised in the fields of nursing, midwifery and education, a North of England health trust leader along with a former High Sheriff will join 1,200 students who are graduating from the University of Cumbria next week.
An influential international occupational health nurse credited with shaping the present-day profession has been awarded an honorary fellowship for her lifelong and outstanding service to occupational health.
The first students to complete a pioneering university-level apprenticeship to qualify as registered nurses are celebrating their graduations.