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Hayden Fox, Bachelor of Exercise Science

"I took an alternate pathway into the Bachelor of Exercise Science by first studying one year of the Bachelor of Health Science, and am really pleased with my decision."

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Jared Baker, Bachelor of Paramedic Practice

"The opportunity to work alongside Tasmanian paramedics confirmed for me that a career in Paramedicine was something that I would enjoy"

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Jarrod Wilson, Bachelor of Exercise Science

"I currently work in a physiotherapy clinic, in clinical rehabilitation, within a gym setting and I love every different part of it."

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Jessica Beechey, Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)

"Medicine is a career where you never stop learning, your work is both hands on and academic, and the most rewarding bit is that at the end of the day, your whole job is centred on helping others."

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Jessica Teoh, Bachelor of Medical Research

"The University of Tasmania fosters a great atmosphere to study and friendly community to live in. It provides great opportunities, and above all the University values students, our opinions and our successes."

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Kaela Martin, Graduate Diploma in Counselling

"The University of Tasmania has provided an environment I feel supported in. Lecturer’s make time for you and try to get to know who you are as a person."

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Laura Schreiber, Master of Public Health

"One of the biggest highlights of my experience with the University of Tasmania so far is being able to study my Polar Health units while sitting on the aft deck of a coast guard icebreaker in the Canadian Arctic."

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Madeline McKinnel, Bachelor of Health Science (Environmental Health)

"I had worked for two years, full-time straight out of year 12 and found that the 9-5 daily grind behind a desk wasn’t for me. I had always been interested in the health industry but couldn’t see myself in a primary care role (such as a doctor or nurse)."

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Melanie Whitehead, Master of Public Health

"I liked the flexible option of studying online, and found the Master of Public Health Twitter feed to be a unique and interesting way to be introduced to global and local public health current affairs."

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Michelle Dwyer, Master of Psychology (Clinical)

"I have made lots of friends at the University of Tasmania, and have learnt so much in a short amount of time about being a Clinical Psychologist."

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Morgan Downes, Bachelor of Medical Research

"Practicing and promoting health research in Fiji where the concept of laboratory-based medical research is at its infancy makes my job challenging, however my time at the University of Tasmania has given me the skills to pursue my research goals."

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Naomi Weier, Master of Clinical Pharmacy

"Studying alongside work can be motivating when I come across real life situations that are directly related to my studies."

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Nyssa Dyson, Graduate Diploma of Nursing (Emergency Nursing)

"Completing postgraduate study at the University of Tasmania has helped me have a really interesting career. I travelled around Australia and because of my extra qualifications, I easily landed jobs."

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Rachel Atkinson, Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Neuroscience

"During my undergraduate degree there was a real sense of camaraderie between my year group and everyone wanted everyone to do do well."

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Rhea Longley, Bachelor of Medical Research with Honours

"I was supported by an excellent group of researchers and academics at the University of Tasmania who encouraged me to pursue my goals which led to a PhD in malaria at the University of Oxford."

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Rizki Sari Zani, Master of Pharmaceutical Science

"The lecturers at the University of Tasmania are very approachable and because of great programs like MyLO, I can join in with others in discussions online."

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Robi Robiyanto, Graduate Diploma of Pharmaceutical Science

"If you want to have an amazing time both on and off-campus, then the University of Tasmania is the place to be. It's not just an academic experience, it's a life experience."

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Rosalind Woodworth, Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Clinical Psychology

"The training that I received at UTAS has an impact on almost everything I do in the work place and allows me to be a true professional in my field."

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Sally (Ian Ian) Ip, Master of Clinical Pharmacy

"I currently work full time, with another part time job, and study at the same time. The flexibility of my Master degree fits in really well with my busy schedule."

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Sam Garnham, Bachelor of Pharmacy

"I undertook the Bachelor of Pharmacy because it was a good career path. It offered me plenty of employment opportunities within the industry and the chance to earn a good salary."

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