Shaun Barbour, LLB (Hons) Law

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Monique Helou, Master of Public Health

Lee Skinner, LLM International Trade and Commercial Law

Aaron Le Boutillier, MSc Criminology and Criminal Psychology

Kelly Bruce Dueck, MBA

Chantel Burrell-Harris, BA (Hons) Business and Management

Gail Ronson, BA (Hons) Criminology and Criminal Justice

Adam Newman

The University of Essex Online has offered and delivered on flexible learning. The course structures are easy to follow, and I can fit my study around both work and family life.

Aisha Legge

I wish I’d started my MBA years ago. I feel like I’m part of a community.

Andy Robertson

Being a naval chap, I thought that I was a broad, adaptable, comfortable manager.

Breshana Francis

The University of Essex Online law degree programme has developed and shaped my mind to think like a lawyer from the start of my studies.

Dariusz Paleczny

You have to be disciplined, or learn how to be, as there is no one telling you that you have to study two, three or five hours today. The deadline is there, and you have to be ready.

Dr Obinna Orjingene

I have been able to use the modules I am learning in my real-life work experiences which is amazing and makes studying a lot easier!

Emanuela Meloyan

When I came from Bulgaria, I could not speak a word of English, but I was determined to start my studies.

Erin Lovell

I chose to study my MBA because I knew that ultimately, I'd like to own a number of businesses and work for myself.

Ezzat Habra

You build many positive habits, like being very organised and punctual which is essential in many parts of life. It’s been a great journey filled with challenges and excitement.

Grace Araba

I am inspiring people even outside my family already. They believe if at my age I am doing a degree, then why not.

Jamie Wakeman

I started my studies in 2012 and all was going smoothly in my career and with my education until 2015, when I discovered that I had a tumour.

Katie Mitchell

I joined the Army at sixteen years old having only taken the three GCSEs that I needed for my chosen trade. I am currently a Sergeant within the Royal Signals.

Marina Ludin

I have been through many hardships in the past six years including a divorce and losing family members, and this made me realize that I have to stand up for my own freedom as well as others'.

Matt Clifton

At the time of starting the BA, I was 18 years old, and in my last year of college. It would have been really tough to access a campus-based university over an online study option.

Matthew Jones

The lessons are truly global, with students and tutors participating from anywhere; Brazil, China, America, and the UK – all in real time.

Michelle Franklin

I was hesitant and put off doing this for years as I doubted my ability and didn’t feel confident enough but now I wish I had taken the leap years ago.

Naomi Mc Laughlan

After considering for a long time whether I should share part of my personal story openly, I have come to the conclusion that my struggles over the past years may motivate somebody.

Oluwole Okanlawon

Growing up in Nigeria, I always wanted to have a University education. I would sometimes go to school, walking several miles with no food, but didn’t achieve any GCSEs.

Paul Nicholson

Learning through an online programme provided me with the flexibility I needed to manage my work and family life.

Serina Jonas

I set out to earn a living instead of studying, but despite this choice I always wanted to fulfil my ambition to have a qualification.

Tawa Bishi

My life has changed for the better since studying for my business and management degree with the University of Essex Online.

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Shaun Barbour, LLB (Hons) Law

Chiamaka Adline Igbokwe, MSc Infection Control

Monique Helou, Master of Public Health

Lee Skinner, LLM International Trade and Commercial Law

Aaron Le Boutillier, MSc Criminology and Criminal Psychology

Kelly Bruce Dueck, MBA

Chantel Burrell-Harris, BA (Hons) Business and Management

Gail Ronson, BA (Hons) Criminology and Criminal Justice

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Adam Newman

The University of Essex Online has offered and delivered on flexible learning. The course structures are easy to follow, and I can fit my study around both work and family life.

Aisha Legge

I wish I’d started my MBA years ago. I feel like I’m part of a community.

Andy Robertson

Being a naval chap, I thought that I was a broad, adaptable, comfortable manager.

Breshana Francis

The University of Essex Online law degree programme has developed and shaped my mind to think like a lawyer from the start of my studies.

Dariusz Paleczny

You have to be disciplined, or learn how to be, as there is no one telling you that you have to study two, three or five hours today. The deadline is there, and you have to be ready.

Dr Obinna Orjingene

I have been able to use the modules I am learning in my real-life work experiences which is amazing and makes studying a lot easier!

Emanuela Meloyan

When I came from Bulgaria, I could not speak a word of English, but I was determined to start my studies.

Erin Lovell

I chose to study my MBA because I knew that ultimately, I'd like to own a number of businesses and work for myself.

Ezzat Habra

You build many positive habits, like being very organised and punctual which is essential in many parts of life. It’s been a great journey filled with challenges and excitement.

Grace Araba

I am inspiring people even outside my family already. They believe if at my age I am doing a degree, then why not.

Jamie Wakeman

I started my studies in 2012 and all was going smoothly in my career and with my education until 2015, when I discovered that I had a tumour.

Katie Mitchell

I joined the Army at sixteen years old having only taken the three GCSEs that I needed for my chosen trade. I am currently a Sergeant within the Royal Signals.

Marina Ludin

I have been through many hardships in the past six years including a divorce and losing family members, and this made me realize that I have to stand up for my own freedom as well as others'.

Matt Clifton

At the time of starting the BA, I was 18 years old, and in my last year of college. It would have been really tough to access a campus-based university over an online study option.

Matthew Jones

The lessons are truly global, with students and tutors participating from anywhere; Brazil, China, America, and the UK – all in real time.

Michelle Franklin

I was hesitant and put off doing this for years as I doubted my ability and didn’t feel confident enough but now I wish I had taken the leap years ago.

Naomi Mc Laughlan

After considering for a long time whether I should share part of my personal story openly, I have come to the conclusion that my struggles over the past years may motivate somebody.

Oluwole Okanlawon

Growing up in Nigeria, I always wanted to have a University education. I would sometimes go to school, walking several miles with no food, but didn’t achieve any GCSEs.

Paul Nicholson

Learning through an online programme provided me with the flexibility I needed to manage my work and family life.

Serina Jonas

I set out to earn a living instead of studying, but despite this choice I always wanted to fulfil my ambition to have a qualification.

Tawa Bishi

My life has changed for the better since studying for my business and management degree with the University of Essex Online.